Wanda Davis

Wanda Davis came up in the gospel community and started dipping her toes into the burgeoning funk and soul scene in the Twin Cities by sitting in with bands like the Soul Sensations, the Project Soul Band, and Maurice McKinnies and the Blazers. Davis ended up recording the obscure Aretha Franklin cut “Save Me” as part of a one-off recording session with Project Soul. Although Wanda was quite active throughout the late ’60s and early ’70s in the Twin Cities scene, she left music behind when she moved back down to her hometown of Shreveport, Louisiana, in the late ’70s.

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