Gloria Scott

Born 26 February 1946
Gloria Scott
Gloria Scott

Gloria Scott Biography (Wikipedia)

Gloria Scott (Port Arthur, Texas, February 26, 1946) is an American soul singer

Her first recording I Taught Him by "Gloria Scott and the Tonettes", written and produced by Sylvester Stewart (better known as Sly Stone), was released in 1964.

She was then under contract with Barry White, who produced a 1974 album What Am I Gonna Do, and a single Just as Long as We're Together (In My Life There Will Never Be Another) which reached the top 20 on numerous record charts. She recorded a second album with arranger H. B. Barnum but it was not released.

She was a member of The Ikettes, and a background singer for Mary Wilson (of the Supremes).

Scott is a regular performer at The Baltic Soul Weekender in Germany.

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