CLYDE McPHATTER Born this Day 1932
He began as the lead singer of the Dominoes, then became the first lead singer for the Drifters, and eventually sought a great solo career - CLYDE McPHATTER was born this day in 1932. Among his biggest solo hits - "A Lover's Question," "Treasure of Love," "Without Love there Is Nothing," Just to Hold Your Hand," and "Lover Please." Clyde also got to lip sync to his hit "Rock and Cry" in the Alan Freed film Mister Rock and Roll. Enjoy that performance again by clicking on the link below.