Susaye Greene on "Dubai Eye" 103.8 Radio. Follow the link below to listen in. June 23rd 2020
Scherrie Payne, Susaye Greene and Joyce Vincent will be on the Nikki Rich iHeart radio show on Monday, June 22nd 2020 at 5:00pm (Pacific Time.) Tune in and catch up with the Ladies!
ScHERRIE Payne will perform as part of the "Ali Forney BENEFIT Webcast" for L.G.B.T.Q. Homeless youth. June 26th 2020
Scherrie Payne will perform as part of the "Ali Forney benefit webcast" fundraiser Friday, June 26th 2020.
As announced on @getinbenefit - a Special Expanded Edition of "Get IN: Get Out! Magazine & Friends for The Ali Forney Center" benefit will be webcast on Friday, June 26, 2020 at 8PM EDT / 7PM CDT / 5PM PDT on YouTube.com/GetOutMagazinePresents !
MORE STARS, MORE HEARTS, MORE MEMORABLE MOMENTS!!! Enjoy an evening of extraordinary entertainers supporting LGBTQ+ homeless youth. (see the poster below for participating artists )
Please follow @getinbenefit on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for more information and announcements. Also, subscribe to the "Get Out! Magazine Presents" YouTube channel for features of some of the participants in the "Get IN" web benefit, and to be reminded when the benefit is streamed.
You do not have to wait to be entertained to give. The following is the direct donation link
(100% of contributions go directly to the cause):
On Monday, June 15th Scherrie Payne was interviewed by Carmelita Pittman on EZWay radio network. Check out the links below to listen to her interview. Scherrie's segment starts at about the 42 minute mark.
Scherrie gives special shout outs to Eric Iversen, William Norman, Steve Weaver, Jim Saphin, J Randy Taraborrelli, George Solomon, Kevin Norwood, Linda DiStefano, Carl Feuerbacher, Tony Ross, Tony Williams, Donald Welch "So many people, fans who have become friends, part of the family. That's what I call them. And they keep us going" Malcolm Bocott Ian Hedges David Kramlick,Tom Ingrassia, Miguel Herrera and Jonathan Weitz. "I'm so endeared to them, and blessed." - Scherrie Payne
"A shout out to my daughter Shoshana Payne Phillips, who's a vocal coach in Studio City, La Voix Studio. Much Love to her. She's my inspiration." - Scherrie Payne
On June 12th 1977 Mary Wilson performed her farewell show with The Supremes at the Theatre Royal Drury in London, England. Enjoy these vintage photos and clippings from this historic evening. #KeepTheMusicPlaying #TheSupremes
Enjoy the Ladies' recording of "Universal Love." Despite remaining unreleased for 20 years, it is such an appropriate song for the country's current state.
Joyce Vincent, Scherrie Payne & Susaye Greene at the Raw Science film festival at "The Theatre at The Ace Hotel DTLA." January 26th 2019
On this #SupremesSunday we look back to September 29th 1975 when The Supremes (Scherrie Payne, Mary Wilson & Cindy Birdsong) performed at The Shubert Theater in Century City, CA. This was the ladie's 1st Los Angeles performance in 3 years and it was a benefit concert for C.A.T.H.Y (Citizens Action To Help Youth Inc) and University Community Health Services inc. The show was conceived and staged by the legendary Geoffrey Holder and Phil More. Enjoy this rare recording of the The Supremes! #KeepTheMusicPlaying #TheSupremes
Trivia fact: Did you know that Diana Ross & Berry Gordy were in the audience enjoying this show? Mary Wilson introduces Diana from the stage and acknowledges The Supremes' & Diana Ross' 15th anniversary!
#FlashbackFriday - Celebrating 34 years with The Former Ladies of The Supremes - 25th Anniversary of "Supremely Yours"
Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of "Supremely Yours!"
On Friday's we celebrate the 34 year history & legacy of The Former Ladies of The Supremes, we call it #FLOSFriday.
Today we are going back to 1995 when The Former Ladies of The Supremes' Scherrie Payne & Lynda Laurence with Sundray Tucker released their Studio Album/CD "Supremely Yours," which was produced by Steve Weaver.
This album has become a fan favorite and all three ladies have an equal number of lead vocals. They share lead vocals on three songs "Stop to Love", "Feel Like Making Love" and '70s Supremes' classic "Touch." Steve eventually recorded over 40 songs with the ladies, most of them have now been released. #GreatMusicalMemories #KeepTheMusicPlaying
From the desk of Scherrie Payne (Formerly of The Supremes)
"Wow! I can't believe that it was 25 years ago when the Supremely Yours CD was released. Lynda, Sundray and I had such a great time recording it. Thanks to the efforts of Steve Weaver this was all made possible... We love and miss him, dearly! " - Scherrie Payne, Formerly of The Supremes
From the desk of Lynda Laurence (Formerly of The Supremes)
"I can’t believe it’s been 25 yrs since “Supremely Yours” was released. Wow! How time flies.
I have to say that Steve Weaver truly showed his musical prowess on this one. He did everything but sing! And when he wanted to change something he even did that.! Ha! Although he had never produced a CD before... he knew what he wanted to hear from us. With John Purser by his side he let us know when we should do another take or keep going. It was then that I learned the British expression “what are like!" We laughed a lot! Steve always made us laugh! That made the mood lite so it was easy to do.
I love the choice of songs we did, even now! Great songs with great lyrics never die! Steve was the Chief Cook and bottle washer on this project. He wanted everything to be Supremely done. And it was, twenty five years ago.........
Thank You Steve Weaver for giving us a chance to show our voices in a different way and for taking up the mantle and giving it your all!!! Because you did that ..... We “KEPT THE MUSIC PLAYING.”
Love you Stevie Weevie!
Lynda Laurence, Formerly of The Supremes
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SCHERRIE & SUSAYE, FORMERLY OF THE SUPREMES
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