Three Degrees – The Three Degrees were a female vocal group that rose to fame in the 1970s. The group was originally formed in Philadelphia in 1963 and consisted of members Fayette Pinkney, Shirley Porter, and Linda Turner. Over the years, there were several lineup changes, but the group’s signature sound remained intact.

The Three Degrees gained international fame in 1974 when they released their hit single “When Will I See You Again.” The song reached number two on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and became a top ten hit in several other countries. It is considered their most successful song to date.

Throughout their career, The Three Degrees released several other successful singles, including “Dirty Ol’ Man,” “Take Good Care of Yourself,” and “Year of Decision.” They also achieved success with their albums, such as “The Three Degrees” (1973) and “International” (1975).

The group’s distinctive sound was characterised by their harmonious vocals and polished choreography. They were known for their glamorous image and sophisticated style, which helped them stand out in the crowded music industry of the time.

Despite facing various challenges and lineup changes over the years, The Three Degrees continued to perform and record music. They have toured extensively and released new material, showcasing their enduring popularity and influence in the music industry.

The Three Degrees’ contributions to music have been recognised with several honours and awards, including inductions into the Vocal Group Hall of Fame and the Philadelphia Music Alliance Walk of Fame.
Backing Tracks – Diamonds … Dirty Old Man … Giving Up Giving In … Heaven I Need … Maybe … My Simple Heart … Runner … Take Good Care Of Yourself … This Is The House … When Will I See You Again … Year Of Decisions …

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