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Paula Jai Parker, Scherrie Payne & Susaye Greene Live Victor Orlando

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Susaye Greene  & Scherrie Payne

 

Greene was a member of The Supremes from early 1976 to summer of 1977 (replacing Cindy Birdsong), and performed on their last two albums, High Energy and Mary, Scherrie & Susaye. Working alongside original member Mary Wilson and Scherrie Payne, Susaye quickly found her niche in the group and amongst the group's legions of fans. Susaye took lead on "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother," in the group's live shows, which never failed to garner a standing ovation, and recorded "High Energy", the title song from the High Energy album. On June 12, 1977, the Supremes performed their farewell concert at the Drury Lane Theater in London and disbanded.

 

 

 

 

Paula Jai Parker

Paula is starring in a TV One Production, "Hollywood Divas," to air later in 2014. Forrest, a writer and producer, and Paula as the director and actor, are collaborating on several projects including the TV series "The White Sisters."
Paula Jai Parker appeared in music video "I Belong to You" by singer Rome and in music video "Follow My Lead" by 50 Cent featuring Robin Thicke. In 1999, she made a cameo appearance in the music video "I Really Like It" by Harlem World with Tracy Bingham and Tia and Tamera Mowery. In 2001, Parker appeared in the music video for "Girls, Girls, Girls" by rapper and business mogul Jay-Z with fellow actresses Tamala Jones and Carmen Electra.

Victor Orlando - Live band

Percussionist/Writer/Producer at Grammy Nominated Artist and Song Leader at Church of Christ.

 

 

 

 

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