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Peabo Bryson is an awesome singer, and has made major hard hitting hits. That includes duets with people like the legendary Regina Belle; with their hit theme song to the movie “Aladdin (1992),” called “A Whole New World.” Peabo was born in South Carolina, and grew up to be a distinguished performer, with two Grammy awards under his built. Besides doing movie scores, he’s also a R&B, soul, and a pretty good jazz singer. A couple of days ago, I heard a song from him on an Internet radio station I totally forgotten about. It’s called “If You’re Ever In My Arms Again,” released in 1984. The song reached #10 on the Top 100 billboard charts, and stayed on the chart for 25 weeks. This is such a beautiful love song we just don’t hear anymore. These kinds of music is less likely to be discovered on YouTube. I don’t know if it’s a rumor or not, but it is said he’s supposed to come out with a new album in 2018. If so, I’m interested to see what he has to offer. It will be his first album in a looong time.

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