This post will be dedicated in remembering and celebrating the life of the Boys Town Gang Lead Singer Disco Diva Cynthia Manley.
Cynthia Manley was born on Edmond, Oklahoma, January 27, 1955 and die on September 10, 2020.
Producer/DJ Bill Motley created an opportunity to form a group that catered to San Francisco large Gay clientele. So he casted hundreds of vocalists male and female for the group lead position. Entertainer and singer Cynthia Manley made it to the lead spot.
“Remember Me“/”Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” written by Ashford & Simpson was released with Cynthia Manley vocals. The songs took off to the top of Billboard Magazine Dance Club Songs chart putting them on #5 in USA.
Cynthia Manley was also a humanitarian who participated in by donating her time and money for HIV/AIDS Awareness prevention, research and education.
Not only she raised money for HIV/AIDS Walk Los Angeles benefiting AIDS Project Los Angeles tru team Diversity News 3960, but she also helped American Cancer Society Benefit by performing at their event.
Cynthia Manley tour included Korea and Europe, Brazil…and many more.