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Gregory Hines and Severance

Gregory Hines

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A great dancer and good actor, Gregory Hines temporarily entered the music world in the late '80s and landed a fluke hit via a duet with Luther Vandross that was included on Vandross' album Give Me The Reason. Epic figured that since Hines already had enormous appeal and name recognition and had enjoyed one smash, they might be able to turn him into a recording star. The debut album quickly showed everyone the fallacy of that notion. Once the initial hype faded, Hines had the good sense to go back to acting and dancing full-time and restrict his singing to the Broadway stage.

Biografía

Nacido(a): 14 de febrero de 1946 en New York, NY

Género: Bandas sonoras

Años de actividad: '80s

Best-known as a dancer — tap, specifically — and an actor of stage and screen, Gregory Hines was also a singer of some accomplishment. A self-titled album appeared in 1987, after a guest spot the previous year on Luther Vandross' Give Me the Reason album. It was the only popular venture that Hines would make, but not the first or last recording. Cast recordings for several Broadway stage hits feature Hines the singer in fine form, including Eubie! (1975), Sophisticated Lady (1981), and...
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