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October 5, 2015

LISTEN TO NEW MUSIC! R&B Crooner Christopher Williams Releases New Single “Too Late” | New Album Drops in 2016

Christopher Williams - Too Late
 
“TOO LATE” from R&B Sensation CHRISTOPHER WILLIAMS. The flirty melodic “Too Late” was written and produced by G. Flowers and Avyon.
 
“TOO LATE” will be available on iTunes and all digital retailers on Friday, October 23, 2015. The song will also appear on the new upcoming album, “Simply Christopher” available March 25, 2016.
 
“It has been a long time coming since I released new music and words can’t describe how excited I am for my fans to see what I have been working on,” says Christopher. The time is now and I am ready to connect with them all as well as meet new ones along the way,” he adds.
 

SRI Jazz Acquires Rights to the Monad Records Catalog of Classic Jazz and Blues, including Ray Charles

Ray Charles
 
SRI Jazz Acquires Rights To Lost Recordings
 
SRI Jazz acquires rights to defunct label and releases rare, lost recordings by Ray Charles, Bobby “Blue” Bland, Albert King, Count Basie and others.
 
Through an exclusive agreement SRI Jazz has acquired the rights to the Monad Records catalog of lost classic jazz and blues recordings including the first live recording by the legendary Ray Charles.

Bad Boy Entertainment Inks Exclusive Partnership with Epic Records

Sean Combs
 
SEAN “DIDDY” COMBS AKA PUFF DADDY MAKES EPIC ANNOUNCEMENT
 
GRAMMY AWARD-WINNING ARTIST & PRODUCER BRINGS BAD BOY ENTERTAINMENT TO EPIC RECORDS
 
HISTORIC REUNION OF SEAN “DIDDY” COMBS WITH EPIC CHAIRMAN & CEO LA REID BEGINS NEW CHAPTER FOR TWO LEGENDARY MUSIC MAKERS
 
(October 5, 2015 – New York, NY) – Bad Boy Entertainment has inked an exclusive partnership with Epic Records, that includes distribution of two highly-anticipated upcoming albums from Grammy award-winning artist, producer, entrepreneur Sean “Diddy” Combs aka Puff Daddy.

Legendary Soul Singer Charles Wright Pens First In Series of Autobiographies “UP FROM WHERE WE’VE COME”

Charles Wright - Up from where we've come
 
Soul Music Great CHARLES WRIGHT Pens First In Series of Autobiographies “UP FROM WHERE WE’VE COME”
 
Inaugural Book Details 56 Chapters of Racism and Hardship
The Wright Family Faced As Sharecroppers Near Clarksdale,
Mississippi Circa The ’40s
 
Book Includes a Glowing and Empathetic Foreword by Little Richard
 
Los Angeles, CA — October 5, 2015 — While fans of Soul Music great Charles Wright are accustomed to hearing the singer/songwriter/guitarist shout “Express Yourself ” on oldies radio, in movies and dozens of television commercials, the multi-talented messenger has taken up his pen to complete the first in a planned series of autobiographies that detail his profound life story as a southern Black man that miraculously brought himself from poverty to prosperity.