Shirley Alston Reeves


The Original Lead Singer of the Shirelles

Many of you remember The Shirelles! Legendary Lady Shirley Alston Reeves, co-founder of the group, you will never forget! The first single release, "I Met Him on a Sunday," penned by the Shirelles collectively, was an instant success! Thereby contributing to the famous "girl group" era. Tiara Records evolved into Scepter Records and the Shirelles became known throughout the world. Their songs became classics. "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow," penned by super singer/songwriter Carole King, was featured in the colossal hit movie "Dirty Dancing" with Shirley on lead vocal. "Mama Said," also led by Ms. Reeves, was used in a major promotional campaign for Pepto Bismol.

Ms. Reeves also co-starred in the Rock n' Roll film with the Shirelles, "Let the Got Times Roll." "Tonight's the Night," "Baby It's You," and "This Is Dedicated to the One I Love" are all-time Shirelle favorites. The greatest hit song enjoyed by the group is "Soldier Boy." This particular song touched so many lives and hearts.

1996 Rock n' Roll Hall of Famer Shirley Alston Reeves is loved by all who have had the pleasure of meeting and hearing her golden vocals. Her show is designed to please even the toughest musical appetites! Some come, indulge in the most captivating show experience you've witnessed, as Shirley Alston Reeves sings for you personally.

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