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Dee Dee Chats with Honey Cone’s Edna Wright

Edna Wright is best-known for the four years she spent as the lead singer of the female vocal trio Honey Cone, but the Los Angeles native had a long resume before forming that well-known group and remained active in music long after Honey Cone‘s breakup.

Honey Cone enjoyed their biggest hit of all when “Want Ads” soared to number one on both the R&B and pop charts. Other major hits followed, including “Stick Up” (a number one R&B/number 11 pop hit), “The Day I Found Myself” (a ballad), and the Latin-influenced “One Monkey Don’t Stop No Show” (which reached number five on Billboard’s R&B singles chart and number 15 on its pop singles chart).

Listen below as Dee Dee and Edna chat it up on Memphis Matters


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