Maxine Weldon

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Maxine Weldon is an American soul and jazz singer. She is also an actress and live performer.

Weldon recorded two full-lengths in 1970-71, with members of The Jazz Crusaders playing as session musicians on the album.[1] She followed these with Some Singin in 1974, which became her best-selling record, reaching #48 on the Billboard R&B albums chart.[2] Her last full-length was issued in 1975. In the 1980s and 1990s she performed frequently but did not record; in 1995-1997 she performed in the Broadway production of Black and Blue and later in the 1990s toured with Linda Hopkins.[1]

Discography[edit]

  • Right On (Mainstream, 1970)
  • Chilly Wind (Mainstream, 1971)
  • Some Singin (Monument, 1974)
  • Alone on My Own (Monument, 1975)

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