Ronnie Spector ~ Taino

Published on April 13, 2011 by Aquarius

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Ronnie Spector
Ronnie Spector

Spector was the lead singer of the girl group, The Ronettes. The Ronettes were a 60′s group who are famous for their hit, Be my Baby. The other members of the group included her sister, Estelle Bennett and her cousin, Nedra Talley who was of African American and Puerto Rican descent.

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Spector stated in an interview that she was born in Spanish Harlem to an Irish father and a mother of African and Native American descent. She was born Veronica Yvette Bennett on August 10, 1943.

Ronnie Spector Details

Name: Ronnie Spector

Birthday: Veronica Yvette Bennett

Birth place: August 10, 1943

Ethnicity: Taino Unabridged
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