Being the last surviving founding member of the Temptations means Otis Williams has crooned “Ain’t Too Proud to Beg” and “My Girl” more times than he can recall, but that doesn’t mean he’s even remotely tired of them.The 73-year-old Williams told [email protected], “How can I be sick of them if the audience ain’t sick of them?adopted his mother's maiden name for his stage name, and as Otis Williams put together a number of singing groups.These groups included Otis Williams and the Siberians, the El Domingoes and the Distants. Nicknamed "Big Daddy", he is occasionally also a songwriter and a record producer.Williams is best known as the founder and last original surviving member of the Motown vocal group The Temptations, Becoming interested in music as a teenager, Otis Miles, Jr.
Says the source, “He said he’d never been into tennis until they started dating!
Wilson was a three-year letter winner, from 1977 to 1979.
In 1979, Wilson was a team captain and was named first-team All-American by the Sporting News.
In 1959, The Distants scored a local hit, co-written by Williams and their manager/producer Johnnie Mae Matthews, called "Come On", with lead vocals by Richard Street.
Future Distants recordings were not as successful, and after an offer from Berry Gordy of Motown Records, Williams and his friends/bandmates Elbridge "Al" Bryant and Melvin Franklin quit the Distants.
Williams says the Temps’ signature spins can be hard on the joints, but he just ices his knees down after a show.