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Ali-Ollie Woodson

syn, key, 1951-2010 US, Detroit
Singer / Musician / Songwriter of R&B/Soul
A.k.a. Ollie Creggett

American R&B singer, songwriter, keyboardist and occasional actor. Born on 12.10.1951 Died on 30.05.2010 in Southern California, of leukemia. He was known for singing with The Temptations beginning in 1984 and also worked with Aretha Franklin and Bill Pinkney. He sang lead on the 1984 The Temptations single "Treat Her Like a Lady", which was a #2 hit on the U.S. R&B charts. His last The Temptations album was 1995's "For Lovers Only". He was battling leukemia for nearly eighteen months.

  • Synthesizer
  • Keyboards
  • Vocals
  • R&B/Soul
  • Pop
  • Electronic

Band Members
Title Artist Year Type
Drama In The Bedroom / Na NaAli-Ollie Woodson2001Single
Right Here All AlongAli-Ollie Woodson2001Album
Broken PiecesThe Temptations, Ali-Ollie Woodson1995Single
We're BackFLOS Featuring Ali-Ollie Woodson1987Single
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