Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in December 1946. American singer, songwriter, musician, and producer Frankie Beverly has an estimated net worth of $4 million. He is widely recognized for his recordings with the band Maze. Beverly started singing as a young boy; singing gospel music in church. At the age of 12 he made his concert debut touring with The Silhouettes. He founded The Blenders as a teenager before going on to form The Butlers. The group then moved to California and was changed to Raw Soul and again to Maze after Beverly was convinced to change the name by Marvin Gaye. Maze has since released eight studio albums, all were certified Gold in the US and also reached the Top 10 on the US R&B charts, with both of the group’s albums Can’t Stop the Love (released in 1985) and Silky Soul (released in 1989) peaking at #1 on the US R&B chart. Maze also had #1 hit singles on the US R&B charts with the songs “Can’t Get Over You” and “Back in Stride”, apart from their popular single “Joy and Pain”.