#FlosFriday - Celebrating 34 years with The Former Ladies of The Supremes - Looing back to 2013 with Scherrie, Lynda & Joyce!
#FlosFriday - Celebrating 34 years of "Supreme Excellence" with the Former Ladies of The Supremes! Today we are going back to July 13th 2013 when The Former Ladies of The Supremes' Scherrie Payne & Lynda Laurence with Joyce Vincent performed at the "Jazz à Juan" seaside festival in Juan-Les-Pins, France. The ladies co-headlined the evening with their Motown family member Dennis Edwards and his Temptations Revue.
Jazz à Juan is a seaside festival with all the biggest names in Jazz, taking place in July every year at the Gould Pine Grove in Juan-les-Pins. As the oldest jazz festival in Europe, Jazz in Juan remains an amazing melting pot where different trends all blend together. Many performers have trodden the boards of the stage in the mythical pine grove since its creation in 1960. The festival has established itself as one of the legendary places where jazz history was made and is eternally renewed through young prodigies like Marcus Miller, Wynton Marsalis, Salif Keita, Diana Krall, James Carter and Joshua Redman.
Every year, as well as the concerts on the main stage, Antibes Juan-les-Pins Tourist Office celebrates jazz with concerts for jazz-lovers in the streets of Antibes Juan-les-Pins.
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Enjoy this rare video footage from our F.L.O.S archives of the Ladies performing "Hold On I'm Coming" at the Jazz A Juan Festival in Juan-Les-Pins, France.
Scherrie, Susaye & Joyce thank the B.F.M.A.S for their nomination in the "Best Song" category for "UNCONDITIONAL LOVE."
Scherrie Payne & Susaye Greene, Former Ladies of The Supremes with Joyce Vincent thank the BLACK FILM MUSIC AWARDS for their nomination in the category of "BEST NATIONAL SONG" for their song "UNCONDITIONAL LOVE."
- October 2020
On Sunday, October 18th 2020 Scherrie Payne & Susaye Greene, Former Ladies of The Supremes, with Joyce Vincent did a fabulous photoshoot with photographer Phillippe Lee. The Ladies were updating their individual solo portfolios for commercial and acting jobs. Here's a photo of the Ladies (all wearing outfits by @LindaStokes) with Phillippe Lee at the end of the shoot. We all had a great time! Thank you @PhillippeLee for a fantastic shoot! We can't wait to see the finished photos! #ReunitedAndItFeelsSoGood #FormerLadiesOfTheSupremes
Scherrie Payne, cancer survivor, discusses her diagnoses, treatment and triumphant battle with breast cancer. Scherrie's message is for everyone to be diligent with your health and get your mammograms regularly and a bit of divine intervention goes along way! Listen as Scherrie gives her breast cancer awareness testimonial. #BreastCancerAwarenessMonth #October2020
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Congratulations to Scherrie, Susaye & Joyce for their nomination for best national song - "Unconditional Love."
The annual Los Angeles Black Music Awards will be presented as a Virtual Event on Sunday November 8th, 2020. The Virtual BMA will be an incredible program with all of chapters participating from coast to coast. They will conduct BMA Awards as part of “America’s Night Of Soul” with the Los Angeles Black Music Awards, the Las Vegas Black Music Awards, the Sacramento Black Music Awards, the Bay Area Black Music Awards, the Atlanta Black Music Awards and the Houston Black Music Awards all online from 6:00 pm until 8:00 pm (PST) with everyone from across the nation able to "Zoom" into this incredible celebration. The committee members are comprised of music industry professionals, venue owners, label owners, radio industry management and hosts, promoters are all in agreement. Over the past 21 years the BMA,s has served as a beacon of light on those great many artists that have contributed so mightily to the legacies of Black music. Music legends such as George Clinton, The Temptations, The Whispers, Marvin Gaye, Greg Philliganes, Mary Wilson, Freda Payne, The Temptations, Joe Jackson, The Platters, Too Short, Lenny Williams, Tower Of Power, Evelyn Champagne King, Keith Sweat, Lakeside, Earth Wind & Fire, WAR, ConFunkShun, Tony!Toni!Tone!, Brenda Lee Eager, Ed Townsend, Zola Taylor, Randy Crawford, Barbara Morrison, The Bar-Kays, and many, many more have accepted their honors from the Black Music Association with high regard.
During the show they will present awards in major music categories to those independent and rising stars of American music representing the regions that host the BMA each year. They have chapters in Los Angeles, Las Vegas (main chapter), San Francisco /Oakland, Sacramento, Detroit, and Houston. They are building a new chapter in Atlanta.
This is truly a "Grammy Awards" styled event with quality and an atmosphere that celebrates the glory, the accomplishments, the future of Black music, and the incredible creators of Black music.
The BMA also has programs that benefit from the Awards Gala such as their “Tools N Talent” where they provide equipment and items for young stars so their talents will flourish. They also have a “Mentor Me” program where legends, and stars reach out to help educate and prepare future stars about the industry, recording, and performing.
We invite everyone to "Zoom" into “America’s Big Night Of Soul,” Coast To Coast Black Music Awards. Tickets to the virtual event are only a $10.oo and can be purchased now at... www.blackmusicawards.simpletix.com.
Scherrie Payne, Susaye Greene & Joyce Vincent urge you to cast your VOTE!
"Every voice counts! Don't think that yours won't make a difference. Use your power to express your concerns and cast your vote! Whether yo do it in-person, or by mail, or drop box. VOTE!!.... Let your voice be heard!!!"
Formerly of The Supremes
"Many have died to give us the right to vote. Don't let those deaths be in vain. VOTE! VOTE! VOTE!"
“Supporting the fighters, admiring the survivors, honoring the taken, and never, ever giving up hope.” #BreastCancerAwarenessMonth
National Coming Out Day (NCOD) is an annual LGBTQ awareness day observed on October 11th, to support lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people (and other groups typically grouped within the LGBT community) to "coming out of the closet."
First celebrated in the United States in 1988, the initial idea was grounded in the feminist and gay liberation spirit of the personal being political, and the emphasis on the most basic form of activism being coming out to family, friends and colleagues, and living life openly. The foundational belief is that homophobia thrives in an atmosphere of silence and ignorance, and that once people know that they have loved ones who are lesbian or gay, they are far less likely to maintain homophobic or oppressive views
“God tells us to love ye one another. We’re not to judge! That’s why there’s so much prejudice and hatred in this world. No one has the right to tell someone else how to live their life! Concentrate on your own! Oh, to have a child’s heart!”
Scherrie Payne, Formerly of The Supremes
"Life is difficult enough without having to hide who you are and whom you love. Today is National Coming Out Day. Be who you are to the fullest, because nobody walks in your shoes! Nobody feels your joy or your pain. Be your beautiful self with confidence, knowing that life, no matter how short or long, is meant to be lived by your own rules."
Love from me,
Susaye Greene, Formerly of The Supremes
"Courage is being yourself everyday in a wold that tells you to be someone else"
SCHERRIE & SUSAYE, FORMERLY OF THE SUPREMES
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