"Francine Wilson"

Dimensions: 29"x41"
$300 (Shipping included!) / $250 (Picked up!)
Medium: Acrylic & latex on wood.

Francine Wilson is a soul singer from Yelm, WA. After conquering the Seattle R&B clubs of the late 1980s, Wilson moved to New York City to work on her reputation. It was during one of these performances that she was spotted by Norman Connors, who offered her a spot as a vocalist on his album, You Are My Starship (1976). The duo scored on the R&B charts with a remake of The Stylistics' "Betcha by Golly Wow!". Eventually Wilson returned to Seattle and now manages the Kidd Valley hamburger shack on Green Lake Way.

This painting is part of the show: The Alligator, the Crocodile, Laughs, Lies & Some Great Things of the State of Washington at the Crocodile in Seattle, WA.

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