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Died On This Date (May 30, 2010) Ali-Ollie Woodson / The Temptations

Posted by themusicsover on May 30, 2010

Ali-Ollie Woodson (Born Ollie Cregett)
October 12, 1951 – May 30, 2010

Ali-Ollie Woodson was an R&B singer who is best remembered as a two-time singer for the Temptations.  His terms with the group were 1984 to 1986, and then again from 1988 to 1996.  His biggest hit for the group was the 1984 #2 record, “Treat Her Like A Lady,” on which he sang lead, co-wrote, and co-produced.  During the early part of his career, Woodson was part of a Drifters revival act of the early ’70s.  Following his years with the Temptations, he formed his own touring soul review, performed in a latter-day Temptations Revue, and did some acting.  On May 30, 2010, Ali-Ollie Woodson died of leukemia.  He was 58.

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