Lynn White AKA Apostle Evelyn Lynn White Darby

Born: Aug. 6, 1953 Mobile, AL

R&B, Gospel Vocals

Source: Alabama Music Hall of Fame


lynn whiteLynn White was born on the 6th of August, 1953 in Mobile, Alabama. Began singing professionally in the late 1970's, with various 45s collected on the album 'Am I Too Much Woman for You' in 1981. In 1982, she recorded the single 'I Don't Ever Want to See Your Face Again' for the Sho Me label. The single was picked up by Willie Mitchell (best known for his work with Al Green), who reissued it on his Waylo Records and signed White to the label, resulting in a string of albums in the 80s.

The following decade Lynn formed her own label, Chelsea, where she released 'The New Me' in 1990.'Home Girl' followed in 1991, and two years later Lynn returned with 'Cheatin'. Two more 90s LPs appeared before White disappeared from the Soul music scene.

Apostle Evelyn Lynn White Darby is the Founder and Pastor of A Word For Life Int'l Ministries, located in Southhaven MS.

Sources: http://www.soulbluesmusic.com/lynnwhite.htm and http://www.awordforlifeintlministries.com


More info:

Video: Take Your Time  http://youtu.be/icdsrESkdjA

Video: Lynn White Gonna be some changes made. http://youtu.be/lyh_cY-kUDg

Video: Lynn White Blues in my bedroom http://youtu.be/VB8f2V2IZaY


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