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Songs to Invoke Love

Episode 6
Songs to Invoke Love

Guest Performers

  • Alafaka Opuiyo

    Owner, Dynamic Public Relations

    Alafaka "Alee" Opuiyo is a 2005 Howard University School of Communications graduate. She majored in Broadcast Journalism and minored in Political Science. While Alee attended Howard, she interned with the cable network Fox News.

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  • Dionne Warwick

    5-Time Grammy Award Winner

    Dionne Warwick is a 5-time Grammy Award winning legend. She is an American singer, actress, and television show host, who became a United Nations Global Ambassador for the Food and Agriculture Organization, and a United States Ambassador of Health.

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  • Dr. Laurén Laurino

    Board-Certified Naturopath and Holistic Health Advocate, Dr. Ren Recommends

    Dr. Laurén Laurino, lovingly known as "Dr. Ren, America's Holistic Sweetheart", is a board certified naturopath through the American Naturopathic Medical Association. She has appeared on "The Dr. Oz Show" multiple times.

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  • Sonny Turner

    Former Lead Singer, The Platters

    Sonny Turner is best known for replacing Tony Williams as lead singer of The Platters. The group had 40 charting singles on the Billboard Hot 100, including four no. 1 hits, and were, for a period of time, the most successful vocal group in the world.

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Preview Performers

  • Music Gerald Alston

    Lead Singer, The Manhattans

    Gerald Alston is an American R&B singer, and the lead singer with The Manhattans. Between 1988 and 1995, he left the group to record five albums (later recording his tribute to Sam Cooke in 2008) and ten solo singles.

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  • Music Kathy Sledge

    Former Lead Singer, Sister Sledge

    Kathy Sledge is a singer who is best known as lead singer of the R&B group Sister Sledge. As a solo performer, she has had several hits on the International Pop and Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart, including "Take Me Back to Love Again", which hit #1.

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