Marjorie "Margie" Hendrix (March 13, 1935 – July 1973) was an American rhythm and blues singer best known for her performances as a founder member and leader of the Raelettes, backing Ray Charles. The spelling "Hendricks" is sometimes used. ... The group signed to Atlantic Records, and had a #9 hit on the R&B chart with ...
In 1959 Margie Hendricks had a child with Ray (Charles Wayne Robinson) a boy. ... She got so involved with Heroin that she felt the need to say what she wanted when ... I Can't Stop Loving You / You Are My Sunshine (7", RE), ABC Records, 1241, US ... Margie Hendrix And The Vocals - Let No One Hold You (Tangerine)
... knows Margie Hendrix (sometimes spelled as "Hendricks") as a superb singer. ... Regina King commented in an interview, that there wasn't much information for her ... She must have been around 18 when she moved north to Brooklyn, NY.
Margie Hendricks, the fiery vocal legend from the Raelettes (so named, ... the Kentucky singer who was also known as the “Queen of Blues” before and .... “ Regina bowls you over in the same way that Margie Hendricks must have bowled people over. .... Records. Photo credit by Mark Hanauer. From the film, Ray Charles.
Margie Hendrix discography and songs: Music profile for Margie Hendrix, born March 13, 1939. Genres: ... Marjorie Hendricks [birth name], Margie Hendricks.
Margie sang many duets with Ray (including 'Hit The Road Jack') and also became his lover. ... Her life was short but she left some wonderful records behind. ... have much to go by when preparing for her role as Margie because there is ... Hopefully we can all put what we know about this amazing vocalist ...
Oct 22, 2004 ... ... as Ray's mom and Regina King as Margie Hendricks—are heartfelt and powerful. ... Such scenes would have been far more illuminating than the ... Ertegun and Jerry Wexler, owners of Atlantic Records, suffer a similar fate. ... Same goes for Mary Ann Fisher, the first female singer to join Ray's band.
Marjorie Hendricks (aka "Margie Hendrix") - born 13th March, 1935 ... I'll have a look at Michael Lydon's book (the best about Ray I think) ...