Judy Craig is the American lead singer of the girl group, The Chiffons. She left the group in 1969, but returned in 1992 after the death of Barbara Lee. Fronted by Judy Craig Mann along with her daughter and niece, The Chiffons resurfaced in 2009 and continue to tour and perform select dates in North America and Europe.
About Judy Craig
Lead vocalist for The Chiffons, a popular all-female group of the 1960s. Her hit Chiffons songs include "Will You Love Me Tomorrow," "One Fine Day," and "The Loco-Motion."
Craig, Barbara Lee, and Patricia Bennett formed The Chiffons while they were students at James Monroe High School in New York City.
She left The Chiffons in 1969, but re-joined the group in 1992.
In 2009, she toured with a new version of The Chiffons that featured her niece and daughter as performers.
She sang "Sweet Talkin' Guy," a Chiffons hit written by Doug Morris.
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- African-American singers
- Singers from New York City