Watch The Womack Sisters Sing ‘If You Think You’re Lonely Now’ | Video

Womack Sisters

*The Womack Sisters are the offspring of Linda Cooke-Womack and Cecil Womack (Bobby Womack’s brother).

EUR previously reported that Sam Cooke was 18 and his teenage sweetheart Barbara Campbell Cooke was 13 when they met on the South Side of Chicago and later wed. After Sam’s death in 1964, Barbara went on to marry Sam’s protégé, singer Bobby Womack. She already had a daughter, Linda Cooke, from her prior marriage to Sam. As reported by I Love Old School Music, Bobby had an affair with Barbara’s young daughter Linda (for which he got shot) during their marriage.

Linda ultimately married Bobby’s brother, Cecil Womack, taking on the name Linda Cooke-Womack, per ILOSM. Linda and Cecil had seven children together… and three of them reportedly make up the R&B group The Womack Sisters.

“In short, The Womack Sisters are the children of Linda Cooke-Womack and Cecil Womack. They are also the granddaughters of both Sam Cooke, and his — and Bobby Womack’s — ex-wife, Barbara Cooke. And their Mother’s ex-boyfriend is their uncle, Bobby Womack,” ILOSM writes.

READ MORE: Womack Sisters Born Into Betrayal, Entanglement

The Womack Sisters’ parents, Linda Cooke-Womack (Sam Cooke’s daughter Bobby Womack’s former stepdaughter-turned-ex-girlfriend), and Cecil Womack (Bobby Womack’s brother)

The Womack Sisters consist of siblings BG, KC, and Imani.

They have reportedly worked with music icons such as the Rolling Stones, Kid Rock, Bonnie Rait, Ozzy Osborne, Annie Lennox, and many more, according to ILOSM.

Check out one of their live performances via the YouTube clip below.

Last September, the sisters posted a short clip on their Instagram account of their rendition of Bobby Womack’s “If You Think You’re Lonely Now” — Watch below.

Womack died in 2014 at 70.

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