Oldies But Goodies

 Oldies But Goodies

By Theresa M. Racine

On Saturday, April 20, in celebration of Earth Day, Brothers For Peace And Social Change led by CEO Visol Smith and Vice President Andre Man Brown, along with Man Entertainment, brought a special treat to the community. Seniors in the area were invited to the community center on Beach 40th Street in Edgemere to turn back the clock and dance the day away! The event also included a raffle and food was provided.

The Soul Train Band led by Tanaa Dean on lead vocals, Bnard Hickson and Tashia-Renae on vocals, Cordell Brown on drums, Randy Parks on bass, Ameaga Rogers, Wayne Boli, and Daryl Johnson serenaded all who came out to the center. The band brought down the house with the ‘70s hits, such as “Cutie Pie” by One way, “Rock With You” by Michael Jackson, “Circles” by Atlantic Starr, “Sweet Thing” by Rufus and Chaka Khan and many more.

For more information on Brothers for Peace and its events, reach out to Visol Smith at Brothers For Peace on Facebook.

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