Month: September 2010

OSM “Don’t Ask My Neighbors”

The Hutchinson Sunbeams was one such group. These four young girls, accompanied by their father, Joseph Hutchinson, on guitar, were talented gospel singers who delighted our audiences and inspired other youngsters to follow our passions. In 1968 The Hutchinson Sunbeams changed their names to The Emotions and released their first secular album, entitled “So I Can Love You”.


Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman, John Malkovich, Mary-Louise Parker and Helen Mirren play Frank, Joe, Marvin, and Victoria, retired CIA agents who have to get back in the game.

Every Knee Shall Bow and Every Tongue Confess

No fool to public sentiment, Bishop Eddie Long recognized that the molestation topic was no doubt the discussion of the week and the platform of every beauty shop and barber shop across the nation. He vowed to vigorously fight all of the attacks on him.

Old School Music of the Day

Hugh Masekela, South African trumpeter, first recorded “Grazing in the Grass” as an instrumental in 1968. The song sold 4 million copies and was one of the few jazz numbers to reach number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100’s Chart. Later, Harry Elston, lead singer of the popular singing group, Friends of Distinction, penned the lyrics

Diving into Life!

Is your life pretty much like you want it to be? How did you get it there? How did you recognize that place once you had arrived? Holla back and let me know what peace looks like.

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