Lou Rawls and the R&B singing group, Lakeside, 1984
- Lou Rawls and the R&B singing group, Lakeside, 1984
- Alternative title
- Black Entertainers, photographed in the 1980s
- Date Created
Miriam Matthews Photograph Collection
Lou Rawls was an African American singer and songwriter known for his baritone voice and acting roles. He won Grammy Award (1967).
The annual telethon for United Negro College Fund (UNCF), was a 12 hour telethon featuring celebrities, singers, actors, comedians, etc. to raise money to fund Historically African American colleges and universities.
Group portrait of R&B singer Lou Rawls (center) with the R&B group "Lakeside" (Mark Adam Wood Jr., Tiemeyer McCain, Thomas Shelby, Stephen Shockley, Norman Beavers, Marvin Craig, Fred Lewis, Otis Stokes, Fred Alexander Jr.).
Lakeside is a funk band, best known for their 1980 number one R&B hit, "Fantastic Voyage".
- 1 photograph