Curtis Hairston (10 October 1961 – 18 January 1996) was an American soul/funk vocalist, who had a number of Top 75 hit singles in the UK and US, both as a solo artist and as a featured artist in the B. B. & Q. Band.
Born Curtis Kinnard Hairston, in 1985, he reached #13 in the UK Singles Chart with “I Want Your Lovin’ (Just a Little Bit)”. In 1986, he was the member of and vocalist for the B. B. & Q. Band’s hit, “Dreamer”, which reached #1 in the UK Dance Chart and the US Dance Chart.
Curtis released his one and and only album as a solo artist “Curtis Hairston” in 1986. In the UK, the last single to be released from the album was “The Morning After” remixed by Peter Hammond & Stock/Aitken/Waterman.
A longtime sufferer of diabetes, Curtis died of related kidney failure at age 34 in Winston-Salem, North Carolina in January 1996.
The Morning After (Extended Remix) 6:37
Let’s Make Love Tonight 5:29