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About Maurice Williams and the Zodiacs
Maurice Williams & the Zodiacs were an American doo-wop/R&B vocal group, active during the late 1950s and early 1960s. Originally The (Royal) Charms, the band changed its name to The Gladiolas in 1957 and The Excellos in 1958, before finally settling on The Zodiacs in 1959. Early history: Maurice Williams was born 26 April 1938 in Lancaster, South Carolina.) His first experience with music was in the church, where his mother and sister both performed. By the time he was six, Williams was performing regularly there. With his childhood friend Earl Gainey, Williams formed the gospel group The Junior Harmonizers. As rock and roll and doo-wop became their primary interest, the Junior Harmonizers changed their name to The Royal Charms. The Royal Charms and The Gladiolas: In addition to Williams and Gainey, The Royal Charms were made up of Willie Jones (baritone), William Massey (tenor, baritone, trumpet), and Norman Wade (bass). In the winter of 1956, while still in high school, Wi ... Read More

Career Started: 1959
Official Website: http://mauricewilliams.com/
Tags: r&b, soundtrack, doo-wop, south carolina, pop,

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