Sun, 01 Apr 2012
William Pulliam, who performed in the 70s under the name Darondo, was a funk and soul singer who sounded like a combination of Ronald Isley and Al Green.
Listen to my song, the Music City Sessions, A lost album of demo's from the 1970's, New Music reviewer Grant Smithies
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