William Thomas Medley is an American singer and songwriter, best known as a half of the Just Brothers. He is known for his mid-low male voice, illustrated by songs like "You've Lost That Lovin 'Feelin'". Medley has produced several songs for the duo, including "Unchained Melody" and "Soul and Inspiration". Medley is a successful solo artist and his # 1 duet with Jennifer Warnes "The Time of My Life" has won several awards.
|Birth name||William Thomas Medley|
|Born||September 19, 1940, Santa Ana, California, U.S.|
|Genres||Blue-eyed soul, country|
|Labels||United Artists, RCA Records, Reprise Records|
|Associated acts||The Righteous Brothers, Bobby Hatfield|
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|IMDb||Bill Medley's IMDb|
Righteous Brothers member who sang "Little Latin Lupe Lu," among other hits.
He attended Cal State University Long Beach, where he met Bobby Hatfield.
He performed "Unchained Melody" with his singing partner Bobby Hatfield.
He married Karen O'Grady on May 24, 1964 and then later Paula Vasu on July 9, 1986. He has a son named Darrin and a daughter named McKenna.
His hit song "You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling" was produced by Phil Spector.
- American bass baritone
- Country musicians from California
- Los Angeles singer
Latest information about Bill Medley updated on June 23 2021.