Posted by themusicsover on July 13, 2010
April 3, 1941 – July 13, 1984
Philippe Wynne is best remembered as a one-time lead singer for the Spinners during the band’s hit-making years of the ’70s. Prior to the Spinners, Wynne briefly sang in Bootsy Collins’ Pacesetters and James Brown’s JBs. With the Spinners, Wynne sang lead on such hits as “Could It Be I’m Falling In Love,” “One Of A Kind Love Affair,” and “The Rubberband Man.” Wynne left the group in 1977 and briefly sang in George Clinton’s Parliament. Phillipe Wynne died the day after he suffered a heart attack while performing on stage in Oakland, California. He was 43.
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