Former Delfonics' Singer, Major Harris, Dead at 65
Black Enterprise Magazine September/October 2018 Issue

Major Harris, lead singer of The Delfonics,  died last week at the age of 65. He left the group in 1974 and scored with the hit, ‘Love Won’t Let Me Wait’ in 1975.

Harris’ sister, Catherine Thomas, informed the Associated Press that her brother passed away due to congestive heart and lung failure. The singer was pronounced dead at a Richmond hospital.

Harris was a member of several groups including The Teenagers and Nat Turner’s Rebellion before making a name with The Delfonics.

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