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Songs to Invoke Sentimentality

Episode 37
Songs to Invoke Sentimentality

Guest Performers

  • Alfred Nevarez

    Member, All-4-One

    All-4-One is a R&B and pop group, best known for their cover hit single "I Swear" from their self-titled debut album. The group comprises Jamie Jones, Delious Kennedy, Alfred Nevarez, and Tony Borowiak. The group has sold 22 million records worldwide.

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  • Billy Sherwood

    Bassist, YES and Bassist, Asia

    Billy Sherwood is mostly known for his time as a member of progressive rock band YES. He is also a member of the band Asia. Sherwood's godfather was the television icon Milton Berle, and his father was a famous musician, who has worked with Frank Sinatra.

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  • Freddie Jackson

    2-Time Grammy Award Nominee

    Freddie Jackson is an American soul singer. Among his well-known hits are "Rock Me Tonight (For Old Times Sake)", "Have You Ever Loved Somebody", "Jam Tonight", "Do Me Again", and "You Are My Lady".

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  • Paul Laurence

    Recording Artist and Multi-Platinum Music Producer

    Paul Laurence is an American multi-platinum songwriter, producer, and keyboardist. He had several number one R&B hits, including Freddie Jackson's "Rock Me Tonight (For Old Times Sake)", "Jam Tonight", "Tasty Love", "Hey Lover", and "Do Me Again".

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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

  • Delious Kennedy

    Lead Singer, All-4-One

    All-4-One is a R&B and pop group, best known for their cover hit single "I Swear" from their self-titled debut album. The group comprises Jamie Jones, Delious Kennedy, Alfred Nevarez, and Tony Borowiak. The group has sold 22 million records worldwide.

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