Lorraine Rudolph Keep Coming Back For More Jetstream
Here's an excellent feature on Loraine Rudolph by Marc Fisher in the Washington Post:
Forty-eight years ago, an ambitious teenager with a whale of a voice and a dream born of evenings singing doo-wop on street corners found her way from Louisville to Detroit, to an apartment just upstairs from the Gordy family's recording studio.
In 1960, Loraine Rudolph became a cog in the hit music machine later known as Motown. She sang back-up for one future star after another, toured with The Spinners, hung out with Diana Ross and Marvin Gaye and lived with Motown mogul Berry Gordy's sister and her husband, the singer and producer Harvey Fuqua..............
Read the full article with embedded links to Loraine Rudoplh's songs.