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Sheldon Reynolds

Singer from United States of America

Sheldon Reynolds Sheldon Reynolds (born in Ohio) is a guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter. At the age of 8, Reynolds picked up the guitar. In 1977, Sheldon graduated from Mount Healthy High School where he was active in the music program. During the early stages of his professional career, Reynolds toured with blues performer Millie Jackson and later played and produced music for Capital recording artists, Sun. He joined The Commodores in 1983, replacing original guitarist Thomas McClary. He remained with the group until 1987, when he left to join Earth, Wind & Fire. Reynolds is most widely known as former lead guitarist and vocalist with the Earth, Wind & Fire. During that era, Reynolds also recorded with the group Chicago. His tenure with Earth, Wind & Fire lasted 14 years. Reynolds received an Image Award for lifetime achievement while a member of Earth, Wind & Fire. In the mid 90’s Reynolds was nominated for a Grammy for the popular song Sunday Morning, which Reynolds wrote and recorded with EWF. In 2004, he formed Devoted Spirits with two former members of EWF, Morris Pleasure and original member Larry Dunn. They recorded and released a tribute CD to their former band called Devoted Spirits "A  ( Wikipedia article )

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Personal facts

Date of birth
1959-09-13
Place of birth
Ohio
Nationality
United States of America
Profession
Musician, Songwriter, Record producer, Singer

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