"The upcoming movie, "The Real Lou Rawls Story," from the book of the same name, by Lana Rawls, wife of the singing sensation Lou Rawls. Lon Dorsey and his band will sing Lou Rawls in the movie. Reverbnation just Ranked Lon Dorsey #1 Jazz…"
Click to go to Mr. Dorsey's IMDb Hollywood profile. Residing in Texas' Dallas area presently
Lon's is available for doing paid performances and other gigs, public speaking and relations. He is an accomplished singer who sounds just like Lou Rawls, and even 'looks' like the star who passed away January 2006. The two were friends, and Lon saw Lou as a brother figure.
Anyone questioning his talents as a vocalist and entertainer only have but to listen to him for one minute! He is one of the most vivid singers in the Country.
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