Genres: Pop, Rock, Soul/R&B
George "Gino" Washington (born 1946?) is an African American R&B and rock singer from Detroit, Michigan who had cross-racial appeal. While he was attending Pershing High School, he achieved local hits in 1963 and 1964 with "Out of This World" and "Gino Is a Coward". In 1964 he was drafted into the U.S. Army and served in Japan and South Vietnam; upon return his music career stalled. He hosted his own variety television show in Detroit during the 1970s. Not to be confused with Geno Washington, American R&B singer of somewhat the same era.
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