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- Mary Wilson (born March 6, 1944) is an American singer best known as a member of the Motown soul and pop group The Supremes.
- Mary Wilson was the first child born to Sam and Johnnie Mae Wilson.
- Mary Wilson was the first child born to Sam and Johnnie Mae Wilson, a domestic worker who later became a housewife, in Greenville, Mississippi.
- Mary Wilson was the one with the twinkle in the eyes and a voice made of velvet.
- The celebrities included Mary Wilson, Ben E. King and Sarah Dash, and Baker herself performed some of her hit songs.
- In 1982 Scherrie recorded a "high energy" dance version of the 10cc classic "I'm not in love", with Mary Wilson on backing vocals.
- In 1979, Wilson had her first solo album, Mary Wilson, released by Motown, which included a single titled "Red Hot".
- In 1974, Mary Wilson, who had maintained a rapport with Ballard over the years, invited Ballard to fly out to California to visit.
- Jean Terrell replaced Ross, and the group continued through 1977, with some more personnel changes (although Mary Wilson was always involved).
- Ross, Ballard, and Mary Wilson recorded ten #1 US pop hits between 1964 and 1967, all of which featured Ross on lead vocals.
- Tucker had been considered as a replacement for Cindy Birdsong in the Supremes in 1972, but Mary Wilson chose her sister Lynda Laurence instead.
- By the way nothing intended to Mary Wilson, I love her and in years with The Supremes and after their disband, she has proven she is a good singer too.
- While Diana Ross remains an international icon and Mary Wilson continues to perform nationwide, Ballard is known, if at all, as a tragic figure.
- By 1967, both Ballard's and her band mate Mary Wilson 's importance diminished within The Supremes as Diana Ross was spotlighted as the group's focal point.
- Mary Wilson and Florence Ballard were good friends in junior high school with a mutual interest in singing.
- A tribute to Diana Ross, Florence Ballard and Mary Wilson of The Supremes while their cover of a hit originaly meant for them plays.
- Diana Ross started singing in a trio as a teenager, and in 1960 she and her two partners, Florence Ballard (1943-76) and Mary Wilson (b.
- Motown > Florence Ballard
- Motown > Marvin Gaye > Diana Ross
- Cindy Birdsong
- Pop Hits
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