Bessie Banks is an American soul singer, probably best known for her original recording of the Moody Blues’ hit song “Go Now”. She was born Bessie White in North Carolina, and later raised in Brooklyn, New York. By the mid-1950s, she began singing with a quartet called Three Guys and a Doll. While a member of the group, she met and married singer Larry Banks. She performed and recorded as Toni Banks during the mid-'50s, including the single "You're Still in My Heart", on which she was backed by the Four Fellows.