The Spinners

Most often thought of as a Motown recording act, the classic group sound of legendary R&B recording artists, The Spinners has never lost its universal appeal. Throughout the years they have sold millions of records and topped both the Pop and R&B charts with smash hits like “I’ll Be Around” and “Then Came You.” Today, original member Henry Fambrough is joined onstage by Jessie Peck, Marvin Taylor, Ronnie Moss, and CJ Jefferson; a soul-infused 4-piece band, led by Keith Ferguson, backs them up.

After a brief time at Motown Records, The Spinners signed with Atlantic Records and teamed up with producer Thom Bell in 1972, setting into motion an amazing recording career. The Spinners charted five top ten singles from their first Motown album Spinners in 1972 and went on to become one of the biggest soul groups of the 1970s. A partial list of their hit singles on Atlantic include “Mighty Love,” “Then Came You,” “I’ll Be Around,” “One Of A Kind (Love Affair),” “Games People Play,” and “Could It Be.” In 1979, The Spinners completed their first collaboration with producer Michael Zager, and by early 1980, the single, “Working My Way Back to You,” was topping Pop and R&B charts giving the group its 12th gold record.

The Love Trippin’ album’s release included “The Cupid Medley,” one of the fastest-selling records in The Spinners’ career. The follow-up album, Labor of Love, featured such stand-out tunes as “Yesterday Once More,” and “Long Live Soul Music.” With the release of “Can’t Shake This Feeling,” their fourth LP in just over two years, the quintet entered a new phase of their remarkable career as they joined the award-winning producing/writing/ playing team of James Mtume and Reggie Lucas. Other past releases include songs on the motion picture soundtracks of “Twins” and “Spaceballs,” and a single on Arista Records with Dionne Warwick entitled “Then Came You.”

The Spinners have received six Grammy nominations and have performed twice during the awards ceremony. Inducted into the Vocal Group Hall of Fame in 1999, they have also been awarded the Rhythm and Blues Foundation Award for their contribution to the genre. The group has performed for presidents, received a star on the Hollywood “Walk of Fame,” and has appeared in numerous network and cable television specials paying tribute to the music of the 70’s. 

Today, this legendary R&B group maintains a full touring schedule, performing for fans of all ages in sold-out houses around the world.


Rubberband Man
One of a Kind (Love Affair)
I’ll Be Around
Could It Be I’m Falling in Love
It’s a Shame
Ghetto Child
Mighty Love
Working My Way Back to You/Forgive Me, Girl
I Don’t Want to Lose You
I’ll Always Love You
So Far Away
Then Came You
I Love the Music
I Just Want to Be With You
Games People Play