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Chuck Jackson is a US soul and r ‘n’ b singer from South Carolina.
He started out as a gospel singer in The Raspberry Singers and was a member of the Dell-Vikings from 1957 to 1959.
After recording as Charles Jackson for the Clock label in 1959 he signed with Wand Records in 1961. He was immediately successful with his first single I Don’t Want to Cry. He was with Wand through most of the sixties, scoring several R&B and Pop hits. In 1969 he moved to Motown but didn’t do so well there. He continued to record throughout the seventies for labels like ABC, All Platinum and EMI America, scoring his last R&B hit in 1980.
Although never hugely successful his rich, soulful voice resulted in 23 R&B top 100 singles and the same number of Pop 100 hits over the course of 20 years.
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