Gene Redding

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Gene Redding (born 1945, Anderson, Indiana) was an American singer, who was discovered by Etta James at a USO Club in Anchorage, Alaska.

He released one album on Capitol Records in 1974, entitled Blood Brother. The album hit #45 on the Billboard Black Albums chart[1] on the strength of the singles "Blood Brothers" (U.S. Black Singles #80) and "This Heart" (U.S. Black Singles #31, U.S. Pop Singles #24).[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Billboard, Allmusic.com
  2. ^ Billboard Singles, Allmusic.com