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Lynda Laurence

🇺🇸 Philadelphia, PA
  • Born
    February 20, 1949
Lynda Laurence (also spelled Lawrence, born Lynda Tucker) is an American singer.

The youngest daughter of Louise and Ira Tucker, a gospel songwriter, producer, and singer, Laurence's siblings are Sundray Tucker and Ira Tucker Jr.

Laurence is best known for being a part of two Motown acts: Stevie Wonder's backup group The Third Generation, and a member of The Supremes from April 1972 through October 1973, performing alongside lead singer Jean Terrell and founding member Mary Wilson, replacing Cindy Birdsong after her departure from the group.

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