William L. Griffin (born August 15, 1950)Whitburn, Joel. Top R&B Singles 1942-1999. Record Research Incorporated, 2000, p.176 is an American singer and songwriter. He is best known for replacing Smokey Robinson as lead singer of The Miracles in 1972.
Griffin was born and raised in West Baltimore, Maryland. He attended Garrison Junior High School and Forest Park High School. He, like his brother Donald Griffin (1955–2015), (who later replaced Marv Tarplin... meer