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Stacy Henry Snr

Stacy Henry Snr 1963

Formed Richmond, Virginia, U.S.A.

Stacy Henry and the Majestics recorded during the 1960's and 1970's.

The Majestics, featured The Impacts, who comprised of:

Earl Christian

Paul Burnett


Tom Eldridge

These performers were with the original Jarmels, a line-up that was later to include Major Harris.

These four artists, along with Bill Spartelly, completed the line-up of The Impacts.

Major Harris, incidentally, was a member of the Delfonics, additionally.

Bill Spartelly recorded with Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes.

Stacy Henry and the Majestics performed as a back-up band for the likes of Jackie Wilson and the Supremes (see below).

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Stacy Henry Snr's son is Stacy Henry Jr., the Drummer and Musical Director for The Pointer Sisters.

Below are some images, kindly sent by Stacy Henry Jnr.

The Majestics & The Impacts

The Majestics & The Impacts circa 1966-67
Front left to right: William Spartelly, Major Harris, Earl Christian, Paul Burnett, and Tom Eldridge
Mid left to right: Carlton Robinson, Henderson Squire, Stacy Henry (Band Leader) Bernard Robinson, Walter Robinson
Top left to right: Alvin Brown, Jim Beam, Tommy Lewis, Bruce Stewart

The Majestics

Stacy Henry & The Majestics in 1963 (the original group)
Left to Right: Charles Morris, Stacy Henry (Group Leader), Henderson Squire, Bernard Robinson, Alvin Brown, Carlton Robinson
Top: Robert Price
Note: Bernard and Carlton are brothers… Carlton Robinson age 15…Alvin Brown age 18.

Stacy Henry and the Majestics

Stacy Henry & The Majestics in 1972
Top L-R: Toney Joyner, James Carter, Charles Booker, John Pegram, Bruce Stewart
Bottom L-R: Nat Lee, Nat Nolan, Henderson Squire, Stacy Henry, and Elwood Henderson
Note: Elwood Henderson, and Nat Lee later joined with The Jimmy Castor Bunch…Nat Lee became Evelyn King’s Musical Director.

With Jackie WilsonWith The Supremes

left: Jackie Wilson
Backed by the Majestics in the mid 60’s and...

right: The Supremes
Cindy Birdsong, Mary Wilson, and Jean Terrell

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Stacy Henry Snr's. Discography:

'Magic Was the Night' (Flippin' Records)

'Jimmy Play A Horn' (Flippin' Records)

'My Heart And I' (Flippin' Records)

'I'm Not Ashamed' (Flippin' Records)

'My Bitter Past' (Turnage Records)

'Through The Lonely Years' (Turnage Records)

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