Clyde Spencer

Originally from Brooklyn New York, Clyde started his musical foundation in
Gospel music. He and his brother George began singing and playing guitar
at the age of 5 in the ‘Gospel Wings’ a group founded by his father.
Later on Clyde joined ‘The Joneses’ a soul group which enjoyed ten number
1 hits in America.

Bill Pinkney’s ‘Drifters’ soon asked Clyde to join them to which he stayed
with for a number of years.

While singing with The Joneses and Bill’s ‘Drifters’ Clyde shared the stage
with legendary artists like The Coasters, The Platters, The Flamingos,
Aretha Franklin, Jerry Butler, Carl Carlton, Billy Paul, George McCray,
Shep & The Limelights,The Stylistics, New Birth, Martha Reeves, JJ Johnson,
Three Dog Nights, The Dramatics, The Spinners, The Manhattans,
and so many more.

He then came to Europe with his uncle
‘Guitar Crusher’ for a sell out tour only then to team up with ‘Big Joe
Turner’s Memphis Blues Caravan’.

Clyde currently resides in the UK.