Faye Adams Biography

b : 1923 in Montclair, New Jersey (USA)

Faye Adams was the daughter of gospel singer David Tuell, one of the leaders of the Church of God In Christ.

She started to sing gospel at the age of five.

Having married her future manager Tommy Scruggs in 1942, she began a career for herself.

In 1952, she had the opportunity to sign with Atlantic Records and recorded with Joe Morris Orchestra.

She did some hits until 1957 (under various labels). Some of them will be covered later by artists such like Little Richard, Bill Haley or Jackie Wilson to name a few.

By 1963 she had retired from the secular music scene and returned to her gospel roots and family life in New Jersey

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