Betty Wright Receiving SoulMusic Hall Of Fame Award in London, 2019

Betty Wright & David Nathan

The 'Queen Of Miami Soul,' the original 'Clean Up Woman' receives an award from SoulMusic.com founder David Nathan for her induction by popular vote into The SoulMusic Hall Of Fame in the categories "Lifetime Achievement" and "Female Artist," July 22, 2019 at The Barbican in London.  RIP, Betty Wright a true soul survivor and wonderful performer.

 

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