#FlosFriday - Celebrating 34 years with The Former Ladies of The Supremes! Scherrie Payne, Cindy Birdsong & Jean Terrell!
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(c) Scherie Payne collection & (c) Karen Boosier collection.
#ThrowbackThursday - Enjoy these photos of Scherrie Payne with Diana Ross & Berry Gordy Jr. These photos were taken backstage at Caesar's Palace Casino in Las Vegas in the spring of 1977 after Diana's performance.
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This new 3 CD set was released in July of 2020. The set spans The Supremes' recording career 1963-1977 and includes many tracks Scherrie Payne and Susaye Greene recorded as members of The Supremes.
Check it out! Purchase your copy today!
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A big thank you to Cord Coslor of Celebrity Direct Entertainment! We love working with you and hope to see you soon!
#ThrowbackThurday looking back with Joyce Vincent and her career with Tony Orlando & Dawn.
Tony Orlando and Dawn were one of the 1970's most beloved and best selling music acts. Although Dawn was always a duo onstage, every Dawn recording was a trio that consisted of Joyce Vincent-Wilson, Telma Hopkins and Pam Vincent (Joyce's sister.)
Tony Orlando & Dawn officially disbanded in 1977, but 11 years later in 1988 the group reemerged with their "Together Again" reunion tour. Early on in the Tour Telma Hopkins departed which opened up the opportunity for Pam Vincent to join the group onstage. This lineup of Tony Orlando & Dawn performed together 1989-1994. #Lookingback #Memories
Susaye Greene will appear in the BBC Four series "Soul America" chronicling the journey of soul music from its origins in gospel and R&B
Susaye Greene will appear in the BBC Four series "Soul America." The series starts on BBC Four T.V. in the U.K. on Friday 4th of September at 9.30pm. It then continues in the same slot on Friday the 11th and 18th of September. The three-part series chronicles the journey of soul music from its origins in gospel and R&B..
Susaye filmed her segment last October while the ladies were appearing in Detroit.
A special thank you to director Ben Whaley and assistant producer David McGuire for being so kind and gracious during the filming. We look forward to watching the series!
Follow the link below to the BBC Four "Soul America" page.
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#MotownMonday - CELEBRATE MOTOWN'S LEGACY WITH MOTOWN ON TOUR! Coming soon! Stay Tuned for more details!
CELEBRATE MOTOWN'S LEGACY WITH MOTOWN ON TOUR!
* The Dennis Edwards' Temptations Revue
* Scherrie & Susaye, Former Ladies of The Supremes
* The Miracles featuring Mark Scott
A night of classic Motown Hits!
"My Girl" * "Baby Love" * "Shop Around" * "Just My Imagination" * "Stop In The Name Of Love" * "Tears of A Clown" * "The Way You Do The Things You Do" * "Stoned Love" * "Going To A-Go-Go" * "Just My Imagination" * "You Can't Hurry Love" * "I Second That Emotion" & many More!!!!
Coming soon! Stay tuned for more details!
"He was an angel in disguise. His mission on earth was done and now he’s gone on to Glory!!! May God rest his soul... What an amazing, talented and anointed young man! I pray that his wife and family will be comforted and know he’s at peace and resting in the arms of Jesus Christ."
- Scherrie Payne, Formerly of The Supremes
"I'm devastated to hear about the passing of "Black Panther" star Chadwick Boseman. I first saw him in his great film about Thurgood "Marshall; the first Black Supreme court Justice. He played Jackie Robinson & James Brown. A young man of such dignity! Tears on tears"
-Susaye Greene, Formerly of The Supremes
"Black Panther" star Chadwick Boseman has died at 43
Chadwick Boseman, known for his role as King T'Challa in Marvel's "Black Panther," has died after a four-year battle with cancer, according to a post on his Twitter account. The post said the actor, who also played Black icons such as James Brown, Thurgood Marshall and Jackie Robinson, died at home with his wife and family.
Boseman was diagnosed with stage three colon cancer in 2016, and it progressed to stage four, the post said. He was 43 years old, according to The Associated Press.
SCHERRIE & SUSAYE, FORMERLY OF THE SUPREMES
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