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Decades after his greatest group disbanded, Chicago soul singer Doug Shorts is finally being recognized for his brilliance.
Grand Rapids label Heardrums drops a seven-inch collaboration between veteran singer Doug Shorts and long-grinding MC Robust.
The charming clip for the silky “Don’t Sleep on My Love” is the latest project the 62-year-old singer is rolling out this year.
Doug Shorts has been a doorman, a karate instructor, even an extra in an Adam Sandler movie—and now he might finally make it as a soul singer.