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Howard Hewett Bio

Howard Hewett Jr. (born October 1, 1955, in Akron, Ohio), is an acclaimed American singer-songwriter, renowned for his role as the lead vocalist of the R&B group Shalamar. His journey in music began when he moved to Los Angeles in 1976, where he formed a show group called "Beverly Hills" and toured extensively. In 1978, he joined Shalamar, replacing their original lead singer. With Shalamar, Hewett gained fame for hits like "Second Time Around," "Make That Move," "A Night to Remember," and "This Is for the Lover in You."

After Shalamar disbanded in the mid-1980s, Hewett embarked on a successful solo career. Despite facing legal challenges in 1985, he signed with Elektra Records and released his debut solo album "I Commit to Love" in 1986, which produced top 10 R&B hits like "I’m for Real" and "Stay."

Hewett was part of the Grammy Award-winning Beverly Hills Cop soundtrack and recorded the theme song for the second season of "Hangin' with Mr. Cooper." In 2001, he ventured into gospel music with the album "The Journey," followed by a live version in 2002.

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