About Randy Crawford

Randy Crawford (born Veronica Crawford, February 18, 1952, in Macon, Georgia, USA), is a jazz and R&B singer. Crawford first polished her craft at club gigs from Cincinnati to St. Tropez, but made her name in mid 1970s in New York, where she sang with jazzmen George Benson on his album "Big Man" 1975) and Cannonball Adderley. She then led Jazz veterans The Crusaders on the transatlantic big hit "Street Life" (1979) (Last.fm)

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