What happened to singer Candi Staton?

What happened to singer Candi Staton?

Legendary soul and gospel singer Candi Staton has used her official Instagram account to inform fans about her cancer battle. After months of exhausting treatments and a surgery to remove a cancerous tumor at Cancer Treatment Centers of America in Newnan, the Georgia-based soul and gospel icon is now cancer-free.

How old is Candace Staton?

82 years (March 13, 1940)Candi Staton / Age

Where is Candi Staton from?

Hanceville, ALCandi Staton / Place of birthHanceville is a city in Cullman County, Alabama, United States. At the 2020 census, the population was 3,217. Wikipedia

Is Candi Staton still performing?

Candi Staton is currently touring across 1 country and has 3 upcoming concerts. Their next tour date is at Glynde Place in Lewes, after that they’ll be at Imber Court Sports Club, East Molesey in Thames Ditton. See all your opportunities to see them live below!

Is Candi Staton married now?

Otis Nixonm. 2010–2012
John Sussewellm. 1980–1998Jimmy Jamesm. 1974–1977Clarence Carterm. 1970–1973Joe Williamsm. 1959–1968
Candi Staton/Spouse

Who originally wrote you’ve got the love?

The Source
Arnecia HarrisAnthony B. StephensJohn Bellamy
You’ve Got the Love/Composers

Is Clarence Carter still alive today?

Clarence George Carter (born January 14, 1936) is an American blues singer, songwriter, musician and record producer….

Clarence Carter
Years active 1962–present
Labels Fairlane Records Duke Records Atlantic Records Fame Records Ichiban Records

What was the name of the first Stanton single?

Stanton released singles via Leedon Records, starting with “Don’t Let Go” in April 1960. His second, “Don’t You Worry ‘Bout That” (September), was written by O’Keefe, which reached number 3 on the local Top 40. His fourth single, “Beggin’ on My Knees” (November 1961), was written by his brother Rod and reached number 16, nationally.

What is Barry Stanton’s full name?

Barry Stanton, from an Australian Women’s Weekly article published in November 1961. Barry John Stanton (23 January 1941 – 21 January 2018) was an English-Australian rock and roll musician. He performed on pop music programs, Six O’Clock Rock, Bandstand, Johnny O’Keefe Show, Sing Sing Sing, Saturday Date, and Woody’s Teen Time.

How did John Stanton get his start in rock music?

Stanton was “talent spotted” in 1959 while playing during the interval in between Marlon Brando and James Dean films at Manly’s Embassy Theatre, by 2SM radio DJ, Allan Lappan. He was recommended to Johnny O’Keefe who recruited Stanton for a spot on the rocker’s TV pop music show, Six O’Clock Rock.

Where did Barry Stanton live in Australia?

Barry Stanton was born in London on 23 January 1941. The Stanton family—Stella Rose, Carl Leopold, Barry John and Rodney—migrated to Australia in 1948. They settled in the Sydney suburb of Neutral Bay. At the age of 15 Stanton became interested in rock and roll. He left school and worked as apprentice motor mechanic.