Author: Laura A. Franklin
Musical legend Richard A. Reid is described by his family and friends as someone you can always count on. He came from humble means, raised by his mother and older brother, Cecil. Richard was sickly as a child with whooping cough and many didn’t think he would live past infancy. But Richard says, “I fooled them.” Becoming a living legend in the Jazz and R&B world was not his goal in life. He just wanted to play his bass, take care of his family, love God, and love people. It is because of those things – and his humility and God’s hand on him – that helped him become who he is today.
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