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Soul singer Kenny Hamber has been around a long time. The Baltimore voice's urge for singing blossomed at Weldon Baptist Church, where he served as one of the choir's most-requested male voices. From there, he went to blending notes with the many doo wop groups vying for attention in the Baltimore/D.C. area. The small Spar label released his first single in September 1960. Hamber co-wrote "Tears in My Eyes," David Robinson wrote the B-side "Do the Hully Gully" and collaborated w... Read more

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