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The Temptations Revue

Dennis Edwards’ Temptations Revue is the original Temptations Revue.

This handpicked group of talents singers and musicians toured worldwide for three decades with the founder of the group, the late Dennis Edwards, who was lead singer of The Temptations for 14 years. Now, to honor the late Mr. Edwards, to keep his legacy alive and to celebrate his association with THE TEMPTATIONS, the group continues to perform to rave reviews and enthusiastic audiences! Exciting, authentic, “spot-on” performances of all the Temptations hits, delivered with dazzling vocals, precision choreography and stellar musical accompaniment.

This authentic group lead singer David Sea has shared the stage with David Ruffin, Eddie Kendricks, and Dennis Edwards as a member of the Ruffin, Kendricks, and Edwards group in the 1980s. The original Temptations Revue members continue to deliver the dazzling performances of The Temptations sound and moves to enthusiastic audiences of all ages.

Throughout the 60‘s, The Temptations defined the “Motown Sound” and made their mark as one of music history’s most iconic groups.

“Tailored suits, nimble choreography and beautifully bittersweet songs helped this Detroit vocal group sell tens of millions of albums……they became Soul/Pop immortals.”

With the addition of lead vocalist Dennis Edwards in 1968, The Temptations “continued to make hits, including a series of masterful psych-soul albums in the late 60’s and early 70’s.”

This new direction ushered in a wave of success for Motown and The Tempts.

Dennis Edwards became “the voice” of Psychedelic Soul singing lead on on hits such as “Cloud Nine” (1968),”I Can’t Get Next To You” (1969), “Ball Of Confusion (That’s What The World Is Today)” (1970), “Papa Was A Rolling Stone” (1972), and “Shakey Ground” (1975), among others. Two of these songs, “Cloud Nine” and “Papa Was a Rolling Stone”, won Grammy Awards.

“Cloud Nine” fueled by Dennis’ soulful, Gospel tinged lead has the distinction of scoring Motown’s very first Grammy.

The Legacy Of Dennis Edwards And The Temptations Lives On!
Dennis Edwards' Temptations Revue