Southern Soul/Reggae singer Frank Mendenhall was born March 14, 1948 in Camden, Alabama but set up shop in Washington D.C. Though initially toying with Reggae Mendenhall found an audience in Southern Soul when two songs from his debut LP "Time" because radio and club hits in the chittlin' circuit. "Time" and "Shon't Dont Dont" (the latter was also covered by Sheba Potts-Wright). He only released two more album over the next 6 years prior to his death. His last, "Hard Times", produced several popular songs in the South ("Jealous", 'Hard Times" & "Party With Me Tonight" among them).
"Time" (Wurst Act 1995)
"Sweet Love" (Wurst Act 1998)
1. True Love
"Hard Times" (Wurst Act 2004) LISTEN