Precious Wilson

Real Name:Precious Pearlina Wilson

Jamaican soul-singer, Born 18 October 1957 in Spanish Town, Jamaica.

Precious Wilson is an award winning International Singer/Song writer and is one of the pioneers of the UK Black music revolution of the 70’s and 80’s, alongside such artists as Junior Giscombe, Jazzy B (Soul 2 Soul), Heatwave, Loose Ends, Leee John (Imagination), Eddy Grant, and Carol Thompson. In 1975, Wilson joined “Eruption”, which was formed back in 1969. At first, Precious was the back vocalist. With her assistance, the band won the RCA Soul Search contest. In 1977, Eruption recorded a hit single “I Can’t Stand the Rain”. The song became a huge hit mostly thanks to the strong voice of Precious Wilson. Another commercially successful song recorded by Wilson and Eruption was “One Way Ticket”. It reached high spots on the charts all over the world. “One Way Ticket” was the last big hit recorded by Eruption because, in 1979, Precious Wilson left the band to pursue a solo career. , Wikipedia ,
In Groups:Dance Aid, Disco Aid, Eruption (4), The Anti-Heroin Project
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