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On this page, you will find many different pictures of the Dramatics, from their early years to the present.

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The Dramatics in their fur coats, 2001.

The Dramatics and Martha Reeves in Las Vegas in February 2003.


Whatcha see is whatcha get! A very early 70s picture of Elbert "Al" Wilkins, William "Wee Gee" Howard, Larry "Squirrel" Demps, and Willie Ford.

From the inner sleeve of the "Whatcha See Is Whatcha Get" album, 1971. Demps, Wilkins, Tony Hester (seated), Howard, Ford, and Banks rehearse.

Another group picture from the inner sleeve of the "Whatcha" album.


The "Classic Dramatics" lineup, with L.J. Reynolds and Lenny Mayes replacing Howard and Wilkins.

A 1976 Soul Train performance, circa 1976. Apparently, L.J. is singing lead.

One of my favorite 70s pictures. This is probably around 1976 or 1977.

Another one of my favorite pictures. This used to be on the front page of my website. The year is 1975.

From the back of "Joy Ride", 1976. (Courtesy of Wendal'sSister)

One of their most famous publicity photos. Most likely a mid-70s picture.

New dimensions, slight personnel change. From left: Craig Jones, Lenny Mayes, Ron Banks, Larry Demps, and Willie Ford. This picture was taken shortly before Demps left the group to start a family.

After the hiatus to the present

"Somewhere In Time", the album that reunited the Drams in 1986. The lineup here is L.J. Reynolds, Lenny Mayes, Ron Banks, Willie Ford, and William "Wee Gee" Howard.

Note: The Valentine's tribute was done by me, using Ulead PhotoImpact 5. One of the best photoshop programs available!

The Drams in 1995. Winzell Kelly (in the driver's seat of the car) had just joined the group at the time of this photograph.

A 1999 group picture.

Part of an advertisement flyer for a Dramatics concert.

One of their most recent publicity pictures. The Dramatics in 2001.

Pictures from the fans