Lynda Laurence


Lynda joined the Supremes in late 1971, debuting on-stage as their lead singer at the prestigious H.I.C. Arena in Hawaii.   A native of Philadelphia, PA,  Lynda started singing at the age of four under the guidance of her father,  Ira Tucker,  lead singer of the legendary Dixie Hummingbirds gospel quartet.  She started her association with Motown by performing and recording with Stevie Wonder,  and is prominently featured on his hit "Signed, Sealed, Delivered (I'm Yours)."   Lynda continued to record and tour with Stevie for several years as a backing group manager/singer.  Some of Lynda's musical associations include James Brown, Moacir Santos,  Joe Cocker,  Ringo Starr,  and Harry Nilsson.   A talented singer and musician,  Lynda (like Scherrie) can be heard on many of The Supremes "Greatest Hits'" collections.   Lynda is featured on the cover of the Supremes 1972 "Floy Joy" album and can be heard on the Supremes classic "Bad Weather,"  a song written for The Supremes by Stevie Wonder and Lynda's brother,  Ira Tucker Jr.  Alongside Jean Terrell and Mary Wilson,  Lynda recorded two albums with the trio,  "The Supremes Produced and Arranged By Jimmy Webb" and the highly sought after "Live in Japan 1973."   Lynda continues to perform alongside former Supreme Scherrie Payne and Joyce Vincent as The FLOS, and in 2000 with Diana Ross, as a member of Diana Ross and the Supremes on their "Return To Love" tour.   Lynda is authentically keeping the legend alive!
  
       

Yesterday, Today, Forever.....
 

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