In 1955, our next guests formed the most popular African American vocal group in our lifetime. The Spinners began singing on the street corners of Detroit and went on to international fame with hit songs like "It’s a Shame," "I’ll Be Around," and "Could It Be I am Falling in Love."
C.J. Jefferson, Marvin Taylor, Jessie Robert Peck, and Ronnie Moss of The Spinners come to the set of "Huckabee" to talk about the living legacy of The Spinners and perform some hit songs.
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