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The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Supreme Scherrie Payne. She will discuss her music career.
Scherrie Payne (born November 4, 1944, in Detroit, Michigan) is an American singer. The younger sister of Freda Payne, Scherrie Payne was the co-lead singer of The Supremes from 1973 to 1977, after Jean Terrell left the group in the fall of 1973. Because of her powerful voice and petite stature of only five-foot-two, she is sometimes referred to as "the little lady with the big voice."
Susaye Greene (born September 13, 1949), is an American singer, best known for being the last official member to join Motown girl group The Supremes, remaining in the group during its final years of existence from 1976 to 1977.
Born in Houston, Texas, she began her professional career at the age of 12 years. After moving to New York City as a teenager, she appeared in various commercials and attended and graduated from the New York City High School of Performing Arts.
Prior to joining The Supremes, Greene sang with Ray Charles' Raelettes and Stevie Wonder's Wonderlove, which paired her with Deniece Williams and Shirley Brewer. In 1973, she sang lead as a guest vocalist on New Birth's hit "Until It's Time for You to Go" (a cover of Buffy Sainte-Marie's song). A successful singer and songwriter as well, Greene has written hit records for Michael Jackson, Deniece Williams, and many others.
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.
We have our quarterly riots in Baltimore while the democrats say that it’s better to let people’s life savings go up in smoke than for the police to do their job. Basically it’s about getting free stuff and having a party, not police victims. People were on Facebook looking for rides from as far away as Miami to go and commit mayhem. The Supreme Court has a case on gay marriage in front of it. Yawn! Also emails by the thousands are showing up from the IRS and State department now. Seems as though someone in the government doesn’t like Hillary. No one cares, though, because it’s NFL Draft Weekend!
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January Jones welcomes Tom Ingrassia and Jared Chrudimsky co-author’s of When One Door Closes: Overcoming Adversity By Following Your Dreams sharing true life stories of people who have overcome insurmountable obstacles in order to live their dreams. Today’s interview features Scherrie Payne, the co-lead singer of The Supremes 1973 to 1977. Because of her powerful voice and petite stature of only five-foot-two, she is sometimes referred to as "the little lady with the big voice."
As a new Supreme in an era when their popularity was waning, because reporters were still asking about Diana Ross. When she arrived, original Supreme Mary Wilson and Cindy Birdsong were the other two members of the group. Payne gained recognition for her vocals in "He's My Man" taken from the album The Supremes.
On today's show: Indiana declares marriage ban illegal, Utah asks the Supremes to decide on Marriage Equality, Evan Wolfson (of Freedom to Marry) on Marriage Equality, Demi Lovato Fights, US MARINE opportunity for women's parity, Andrew W., and much MORE!
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FB family I'm very excited to being interviewing a woman I truly respect and love... Tomorrow, Thursday May 21st on the Davi Davenport Live Show, I'll be doing an in studio LIVE interview with "MEGA STAR" Singer, Songwriter, the BRILLIANT Stephanie Spruill... Some of Stephanie's many accolades include a self produced CD "It's A Jazz. Day", Owner of Spruill School of Voice and Artist Development", her Book " 17 Points To Longevity In Show Business", and so much more... OMG let me not forget this one... "The Late Great Michael Jackson" even consulted with Stephanie for musical input... You can also listen to this live interview on our DDL radio segment by calling 347-855-8417 or clicking on the link in this pos, and the entire show will be on YouTube Saturday May 23rd...
I'm so excited, this Thursday April 30th on "The Davi Davenport Live" show, I'm doing a Motown Legacy Tribute... My guest are two BRILLIANT vocalist, and children of Legendary MOTOWN "Song Writer" Lamont Dozier Sr., and daughter of Legendary MOTOWN Funk Brother "Pianist" Johnny Griffith.. Not only are my guest Beth Griffith-Manley?, and Lamont Dozier Jr. Music Page? extremely successful performers themselves, they were also raised by parents who were huge influences for generations in the music industry, and even today... Motown is notorious for having some of the greatest artist of ALL times!!! I can't wait to one day interview the founder of MOTOWN, musical genius "Berry Gordy" #greatthingsahead #davidavenportlive #bethgriffith #lamontdozierjr #davidavenport
Baltimore is burning but my mind is more with the Supremes in DC. I've but a lot of emotion and thought into marriage equality over the past 11 years. Now here we are two months away from a likely quasi-resolution.
I do expect a Loving v. Virginia-style decision in June. It's likely 5-4 ir 6-3 in favor of same-sex marriage, replete with long-fingered majority and dissenting CYA decisions.
I'll kick around the fallout, particularly how the plug nasties who want to harm, hinder and hurt homosexuals will take it. As we still see in the 42 years since women's right to choose was allegedly settled with Roe v. Wade, some will not accept changes or that their emotions are in the minority. Yes, yes, they are likely to keep it so long as they breath.
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Tonight- The Michigan Supreme Court will be hearing People v Hartwick/Tuttle and People v Mazur, in January. These cases have implications concerning the affirmative defense, and the ability for non participants to be present while medical marijuana activity takes place- these hearings will be primarily based on sections 8, and 4i of the Michigan Medical Marihuana Act.
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Yoooooo, it's ya girl Queen Lucky coming through with Throwback Thursday. Tonight's topic is old school whips. I remember riding in Cutlass Supremes, Lincoln Town cars, RX 7s, even an Astro van. Man, there were a lot of old school cars we rode in. What was your first car? Mine was a 93' Mitsubishi Diamanté. I LOVED that car to the MAX! I rode it til the wheels fell off an so did my friends, lol. Call in an kick it with me an the other callers, call 347-856-4391 an press 1 to speak. Or you can continue to listen via Internet.
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