Brook benton - my way

When Benton was young, he enjoyed gospel music , wrote songs and sang in a Methodist church choir in Lugoff, South Carolina , where his father, Willie Peay, was choir master. [2] In 1948, he went to New York to pursue his music career, going in and out of gospel groups, such as The Langfordaires, The Jerusalem Stars and The Golden Gate Quartet. Returning to his home state, he joined a R&B singing group, The Sandmen, and went back to New York to get a big break with his group. The Sandmen had limited success and their label, Okeh Records , decided to push Peay as a solo artist, changing his name to Brook Benton, apparently at the suggestion of label executive Marv Halsman. [3]

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