Frankie Beverly

Frankie Beverly, the lead singer, and frontman for the R&B band Maze established himself as a musical legend between the late 1970s and the early 1990s, which can also be regarded as his most successful years.

While current songs have overtaken Frankie’s musical influence in recent years, his fan following remains active. Frankie frequently performs his song on tour across the world with his band.

Aside from his celebrity as an artist, Frankie is a family man with a loving fiancée and a kid who has followed in his father’s footsteps.

Age, Height, and Net Worth of Frankie Beverly

Frankie began his musical career as a teenager with the band “The Blenders,” and then went on to form “The Butlers,” where he spent eight years.

He eventually disbanded the band and became a member of Maze, where he is still active. Despite his advanced age, Frankie, who is 72 as of January 2019, has not abandoned music. Frankie is regarded as one of the creators of the R&B genre, having received worldwide acclaim for his abilities.

Frankie, who stands at well over five feet five inches tall, has not only gained a following but has also been compensated well for his work. He has a net worth of $4 million as of 2019.

Early years and professional life

Beverley was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and began singing gospel music in a local church when she was a child.

He established The Blenders, a short-lived Cappella doo-wop group influenced by The Dells, The Moonglows, and The Del Vikings, while he was a teenager. After that group disbanded, he formed The Butlers (later Frankie Beverly and the Butlers), which would become his first recording group in 1963. He recorded “If That’s What You Wanted” in 1967, which became a Northern soul classic. With the passage of time, they attracted the notice of record producer Kenny Gamble, who eventually released the group’s recordings.

The Butlers’ music did not fit with the “Philly Sound,” therefore the band migrated to California after some extensive traveling. The group was renamed Raw Soul and gained the notice of Marvin Gaye’s sister-in-law. They were featured as an opening act for Gaye’s gigs, and Beverly was persuaded to change the band’s name to Maze.

DJs Greg Edwards and Robbie Vincent boosted the group’s popularity in the UK in the late 1970s and early 1980s when they performed live at London’s Lyceum Ballroom for transmission on Capital Radio. “Joy and Pain,” their UK No. 57 smash single, is their most well-known song there.


Over the years, Beverly’s onstage look (all-white custom-designed and produced casual gear, including pants, a long-sleeved shirt, and a baseball cap) has become his distinctive look. The audience has made it a practice to wear all white to the concerts in honor of the band.

In 2009, his son Anthony, who has performed with Maze as a drummer, created a tribute CD to his father called ‘Silky Soul Music…an All-Star Tribute to Maze Featuring Frankie Beverly,’ and founded the record label Brantera in his father’s honor.

The album featured musicians such as Mary J. Blige, Kenneth Brian Edmonds (Babyface), and Mint Condition.

Family: Married Girlfriend of a Long Time?

Frankie’s connection with his fiancée has lasted longer than the marriages of some of the others.

Since 1986, the rocker has been dating Pam Moore, a Channel 4 News anchor. The couple’s romance has lasted more than 30 years, and their friendship is still going strong.

Despite their long-term relationship, the two have never married or had a child together; nevertheless, Frankie has a child from one of his previous relationships.

Frankie Beverly (left) with girlfriend Pam Moore and Donnie Simpson at a Maze concert in 2017 (Photo: Donnie Simpson’s Facebook)

Frankie, who has previously dated Anita Baker, Toni Braxton, and even had an affair with Marvin Gaye’s wife Janis Gaye, is a loving father to his son Anthony Beverly, who was born to one of Frankie’s lesser-known girlfriends.

Anthony followed in his father’s footsteps, becoming a drummer who frequently toured with his father’s band. Frankie’s son has likewise made his father proud by having a loving family and not following in his father’s footsteps of remaining single.

Heather, Anthony’s wife, is his life partner. From his marriage, he has three children. Perhaps Frankie should take a cue from his son’s happy marriage and marry himself before it’s too late.

Things You Didn’t Know about Frankie Beverly

  1. He started out singing gospel music when he was still very young. …
  2. Eventually, his group became an opening act to Marvin Gaye. …
  3. Frankie approved of how Beyonce performed his hit Before I Let Go. …
  4. He’s been friends with Beyonce since she was a teenager. …
  5. Frankie is in his 70s now.
Quick Facts
Birth name Howard Beverly
Born December 6, 1946 (age 74)
PhiladelphiaPennsylvania, United States
Genres R&Bsoulfunk
Occupation(s) Singer, songwriter, record producer, musician
Instruments Vocals, guitar, piano
Years active 1963-present
Associated acts The Blenders, The Butlers, Maze

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