Steve Mancha is very much an underrated singer and performer. His real name is Clyde Wilson, and he originally hailed from South Carolina later moving to Detroit in the mid fifties. Steve became a highly respected vocalist during the 's, although he never truly achieved the fame he richly deserved as a solo artist, he did perform lead vocals for the group Proof Aged In Soul later in his career.
His family relocated to Detroit from South Carolina during Berry Gordy then took Harvey's label under the Motown Records umbrella. Clyde relocated imprints in to the Wheelsville label, which was owned Don Davis. Barnes and Edwin Starr. Barnes and Melvin Davis. A few of these sides were later collected together for the collaboration album 'Rare Stamps' with J. Barneswith Steve on the flip. With the group Steve was responsible for co-writing several of their Standing In Line - Steve Mancha - Standing In Line , as well as singing lead vocals for the group The 8th Day.
Steve also performed with the group the Jaywalkers, and also became part of George Clinton's band Parliament circa Detroit Rock City - Kiss - Amsterdam May 23, 1976 Soul Producer Ian Levine, during a period when several Motown veterans were being invited to perform in the U. Steve Mancha a.
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