SHIRLEY JONES - SoulMusic Hall Of Fame Inductee 2020 (Female Artist)

Shirley Jones - SMHoF

Known for her own solo hits - notably 1986's US R&B chart-topping "Do You Get Enough Love?" as well as "Last Night I Needed Somebody" and "She Knew About Me" - along with classics recorded with her late sisters Brenda and Valorie, as members of The Jones Girls, including "Nights Over Egypt," "You're Gonna Make Me Love Somebody Else" and "I Just Love The Man," Detroit-born Shirley Jones has long been a favourite among audiences on both sides of the Atlantic.  We congratulate Shirley on her much-deserved induction into The SoulMusic Hall Of Fame by popular vote in 2020!

Check out the videos..in particular the February 2020 performance of "Nights Over Egypt" at The Hideaway in London...

 

 

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