Rick Lawson

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Rick Lawson (born 1973, Raymond, Mississippi, United States) is an American soul, blues and R&B singer. He began his singing career at the age of four, singing as the lead vocalist for the "W&W Jr. Spirituals" of Raymond, Mississippi. When Rick became an adult, he ventured into singing Southern Blues, and in 1994, the Jackson Music Awards of Jackson, Mississippi presented him with an award as the "Most Outstanding New Artist of the Year."

During his career, Lawson has performed with B.B. King, Bobby "Blue" Bland, Johnnie Taylor and Tyrone Davis. Lawson is signed with Ecko Records of Memphis, Tennessee.

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