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LaRue Burley (born April 25, 1984) is an American mixed martial artist currently competing in the lightweight division for the World Series of Fighting. A professional competitor since 2012, Burley has also formerly competed for Bellator MMA, King of the Cage and the Resurrection Fighting Alliance.
LaRue is 11-4
He has fought for BELLATOR, KING OF THE CAGE, WSOF, PFL, and now he is with XFC.
Julio Hennessey (born Eugenio Perez Jr.) was born and raised in Lexington, NC. Julio relocated to Charlotte, NC in 2012 and has been making waves in the comedy circuit ever since. Julio is a stand-up comedian with a comedic style that has been described as “raw, real – life comedy with realness punchlines” – whatever that means. From stage plays, to comedy production and film; Julio has been identified as a rising star in all thing’s comedy and entertainment. He has traveled across the country spreading joy and laughter with his brand CatchTheFunny!
Deniece Williams (born June Deniece Chandler; June 3, 1951) is an American singer, songwriter and record producer. Williams has been described as "one of the great soul voices" by the BBC. She is best known for the songs "Free", "Silly", "It's Gonna Take a Miracle" and two Billboard Hot 100 No.1 singles "Let's Hear It for the Boy" and "Too Much, Too Little, Too Late" (with Johnny Mathis). Williams has won four Grammys with twelve nominations altogether.
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Welcome to the official mobile app for Larry Blackmon & CAMEO! The funk icons behind classics like "Word Up!" and "Candy" are back with new music and tour in 2022.
In 1974, Cameo started out with 14 members created by Larry Blackmon and called the New York City Players. Signed by Casablanca Records to its Chocolate City imprint in 1976, the group soon changed its name to Cameo after their manager informed them that there was already a band called The New York City Players. Prior to this, Blackmon, keyboardist Gregory Johnson, and the late Gwen Guthrie formed the band East Coast, together with James Wheeler (alto saxophone), Melvin Whay (bass), Michael Harris (percussion), and Haras Fyre (also known as Pat Grant) on trombone.
Although he initially made his mark in the gospel arena, Jones’ voice caught the ear of an acclaimed musician, Norman Connors, with whom he toured and ultimately began performing R&B music. Having officially made the transition from Gospel to R&B, Jones joined the roster at RCA Records. Four years later, he signed with Jive Records and enjoyed success with his self-titled album, which spawned the hit singles, “We’ve Only Just Begun (The Romance Is Not Over)” and “Stay,” respectively. His move to Atlantic Records produced contemporary up-tempo hits “Here I Go Again” and “I’ve Been Searching (Nobody Like You)”. During 1998, Jones signed with SAR for the independent release of “It’s Time”, which sold nearly 200,000 copies, via a combination of internet, event a, d retail sales. In addition, the album included the hit single “Baby Come Home”, a Top 5 R&B single that was one of the Top Ten Most Played Records for 2000, according to Billboard Monitor. Jones was overwhelmed by the success of this project and feels blessed to have an underground fan base that has sustained his career for over two decades.
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