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September 2, 2015

Legendary R&B Group Force MD’s on TV One’s Unsung! Sept. 9th, 2015

Force MD's
 
The Legendary Force MD’s On TV One’s Unsung September 9th 8pm. Enjoy Their Magical Journey
 
Sept. 1, 2015 – PRLog –Perhaps no group embodies the spirit of classic eighties Hip-Hop R&B soul more than the iconic and unstoppable Force MD’s. Anyone who has attended a Force MD’s show knows that from the first words of “Tender Love” “Here I lay all alone…” the whole crowd is instantly unified, swaying arm in arm, passionately singing the soundtrack of their lives.

TAKE A LISTEN! R&B Singer Dave Tolliver Releases New Single “Home” | New Album “Somethin Like The Greatest” Coming Sept. 15th, 2015

Dave Tolliver
 
R&B Singer Dave Tolliver, from Hit duo Men At Large, Releases New Single “Home.” – TAKE A LISTEN! Available NOW on iTunes.
 
New Album “Somthin Like The Greatest” Coming Sept. 15th, 2015. 
 
Spectra Music Group recording artist Dave Tolliver, lead singer of the platinum R&B duo Men At Large, is back on the music scene with the release of his Billboard chart-topping hit single “Home” produced by Carl Borden. The first single from his highly anticipated new album “Somethin Like The Greatest”.
 

Drummer Mike Reed Releases New Project “A New Kind Of Dance” | Available NOW

Mike Reed - A New Kind of Dance
 
Chicago Drummer/Composer/Impresario Mike Reed Releases A New Kind of Dance (482 Music), His 6th Record With His Long-Standing Quartet
People, Places, & Things
 
A New Kind of Dance Features Reed’s Original Compositons, Alongside Covers of Ellington/Strayhorn, Mos Def & A Traditional Bulgarian Folk Dance
 
Also Features Luminary Matthew Shipp & Thelonious Monk Competition Winner Marquis Hill
 
When drummer, composer and bandleader Mike Reed isn’t playing music he spends much of his time watching others making it. But he also observes audiences. As a concert and festival organizer he’s informally noted the interaction between performer and audience for years, and while his rapidly expanding discography makes plain he privileges art above all else, his awareness of the listener is always present.