L. J. Reynolds

Reynolds thought he had it made when he launched his professional career at age five as a member of Ziggy Johnson's High Steppers. He began his singing career there but it would be some time before he would achieve international fame as the lead singer of the Dramatics. He replaced William Howard in 1973, and remained with the group until 1980, recording such hits as "Fell For You, "Be My Girl," "Can't Get Over You," "Door To My Heart," "Me & Mrs. Jones," and "Shake It Well."
Reynolds left the Dramatics in 1980, to begin a solo career with Capitol Records delivering three best-selling singles "Key To The World," "Call Me," and "Touchdown."
In 1985, he teamed with producer F.L. Pittman and signed with Fantasy Records. His debut single there "Tomorrow" put him back on the charts. Shortly thereafter, he reunited with the Dramatics and toured nationally to promote the critically acclaimed "Dramatics Reunion" album on Fantasy.
Today he focuses his talents to the Gospel genre and hopes to continue entertaining his fan base within this community.

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