Rhetta Hughes

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A decent, if derivative, soul vocalist, Rhetta Hughes seemed about ready to move into the spotlight in 1969, when her remake of the Doors' "Light My Fire" made the R&B Top 40. But she never sustained…
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A decent, if derivative, soul vocalist, Rhetta Hughes seemed about ready to move into the spotlight in 1969, when her remake of the Doors' "Light My Fire" made the R&B Top 40. But she never sustained any momentum, with the next song "Angel Man" flopping for Aria, and Hughes was soon back on the supper club circuit, opening for such comedians as Bill Cosby.