Ginger Williams was born in Jamaica. She was brought up in North London.
Gingers' first record came about when she went to the studio with a friend to offer moral support. Ginger was overhead singing when she demonstrated a possible way to phrase the song she was working on. This in turn led to Ginger being asked to sing a record which turned out to be I Can't Resist Your
Tenderness, which was a huge hit. It was written and produced by Ronnie "Bop" Williams and was released on the Paradise Label by Count Shelley. Ginger then went on to record with Bill Campbell. He produced two albums, Strange World and Cool Loving along with various singles.
Ginger became very disillusioned with the music industry and took a break from recording. She later went on to record with Cougar Records and was produced by Henry Barnes of 90 Degrees Inclusive, and was also responsible for Love Me Tonight along with until I Die
Strange World (1977), BB
Love Me Tonight (1990), Cougar
Cool Loving, B&B
I Can't Resist Your Tenderness, Rover - Ginger Williams and Various Artists
Greatest Hits: The First Lady of Lovers Rock (1996), World Sound
"I Can't Resist Your Tenderness" (1975), Paradise
"Oh Baby Come Back", BB
"I Still Love You" (1976), BB
"The Vow" (1976), BB - with Bill Campbell
"I'm Just a Girl", BB
"In My Heart There's a Place", Paradise
"Your Love Is Driving Me Crazy", Paradise