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Red Carpet Pics: Black Music Honors w/ Loni Love, Montell Jordan, Angie Stone, Cece Winans, Christette Michele, Syleena Johnson

The 6th Annual Black Music Honors special airs nationally on Saturday, June 19 at 1:00pm EST on Bounce TV and will commemorate Juneteenth, an annual holiday that honors the end of slavery in the United States. The awards ceremony is in national broadcast syndication across the country and airs during Black Music Month. Viewers can see the exciting special in key markets such as Los Angeles at 10am PT on KABC (ABC), in Atlanta at 5pm ET on WATL (MNT), in Philadelphia at 2pm ET on WPSG (CW), and in Chicago on Sunday, June 20 at 7pm CT on WGN (IND), among others. Emmy® Award-winning talk show host, comedienne and author Loni Love hosts the star-studded two-hour special which will honor artists and musicians who have influenced and made significant contributions to American music. More inside…
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Ginuwine, Angie Stone, Marvin Sapp & More To Receive 2021 Black Music Honors

In recognition and celebration of Black Music Month, Chicago-based television production company Central City Productions will present the 2021 Black Music Honors in commemoration of Juneteenth, the oldest nationally celebrated holiday honoring the end of slavery in the United States, which is officially celebrated on June 19th. The evening of celebrations and special moments will be pre-taped at the City Winery in Nashville, Tennessee, and televised in national broadcast syndication starting June 5 to July 4, 2021, and on Saturday, June 19 at 1:00 p.m. EST on Bounce TV. (Please scroll down to watch the promo trailer.)
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Ginuwine, Angie Stone, Marvin Sapp & More Receive 2021 Black Music Honors

*(CHICAGO, IL.) – In recognition and celebration of Black Music Month, Chicago-based television production company Central City Productions will present the 2021 Black Music Honors in commemoration of Juneteenth, the oldest nationally celebrated holiday honoring the end of slavery in the United States, which is officially celebrated on June 19th. The evening of celebrations and special moments will be pre-taped at the City Winery in Nashville, Tennessee, and televised in national broadcast syndication starting June 5 to July 4, 2021 and on Saturday, June 19 at 1:00 p.m. EST on Bounce TV.
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Angie Stone, Ramsey Lewis & More to Receive 2021 Black Music Honors

The show will air on Bounce TV on Juneteenth -- June 19. Angie Stone, Ginuwine, Marvin Sapp and Ramsey Lewis will be honored at the 2021 Black Music Honors. The two-hour show will be taped at the City Winery in Nashville and televised in national syndication from June 5 to July 4. It will air on Bounce TV on Saturday, June 19 at 1 p.m. ET. (That date, not coincidentally, is Juneteenth, which celebrates the end of slavery in the U.S.)
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James Brown, Angie Stone, B.I.G., ‘House Party’, ‘Walk This Way’ (EUR Video Throwback, March 9th Edition)

*A number of significant events happened on March 9th in music history – some positive, some negative, one involving busted teeth, all worth a trip down memory lane. James Brown’s original band of the 50s and 60s had grown disgruntled by 1970. Upset with their pay and working conditions, the band members – including Fred Wesley and Maceo Parker – took their complaints to the boss and decided to boycott their next gig in Columbus, Georgia until their demands were met. You remember the scene in “Get On Up.”
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Amanda Shires Recruits Cyndi Lauper, Angie Stone, Peaches for ‘Our Problem’

Singer-songwriter Amanda Shires released the song “The Problem” in September as a duet with her husband Jason Isbell, but she had also conceived its frank discussion of abortion as being a conversation among several women. That idea is now a reality with a new version of the song titled “Our Problem” commemorating the anniversary of Roe vs. Wade and featuring a diverse, multi-generational cast. Cyndi Lauper, Angie Stone, K.Flay, Lilly Hiatt, Linda Perry, Morgane Stapleton, Nona Hendryx, Peaches, and Valerie June all sing on the track.
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Angie Stone Says She Went Through Disheartening Body Shaming While Dating D’ Angelo

Angie Stone suffered from diabetes, and, at the peak of it, her weight shot to a worrying 300 pounds. What some would call ironical is that it’s during that time that she was dating D’ Angelo, a figure many consider a ‘sex symbol.’ While some may have expected their relationship to crumble because of her plus size, Angelo became the man he’d made up his mind to be, staying by Stone’s side regardless of what the public thought.