Butler, Susan
June 2006
Billboard;6/17/2006, Vol. 118 Issue 24, p50
Trade Publication
The article provides information on Billboard's 2006 inductees and honorees. Composer Thom Bello-wrote the Stylistics' music releases Stop, Look and Listen and Betcha by Golly Wow! Mac Davis began composing songs recorded by such artists as Glen Campbell and Lou Rawls in 1965. Will Jennings has touched emotional chords since his music career began in the 1970s.


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