Laura White


Laura White

Laura Lee White, a resident of Ragley was born Nov. 23, 1948 and passed away Thursday, June 3, 2021 at the age of 72. She is survived by her husband, Rev. John White, Jr.; children, Laura Diana Lasha and husband, Jim, Bridget Ann Oglesby and husband, Jerry and John Harold White and wife, Nichole; grandchildren, Stuart LeBleu and wife, Carly, Jordan LeBleu and wife, Erin, Matthew Lasha and wife, Blanca, Tiffanie Ann Oglesby, Jerry Oglesby, Jr. and wife, Alexandria, Rebecca Lyn Oglesby, John Harold Materne and John Emery White and wife, Terri; and 11 great-grandchildren.
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Henri PFR & CMC$ – Faith (feat. Laura White)

Widely acclaimed Belgian DJ/producer Henri PFR has struck an ambitious collab with famed Dutch artist CMC$, resulting in the beautiful pop song ‘Faith’. Built around the alluring vocals of UK singer/songwriter Laura White, it’s a record that builds a hopeful message with her excited swipes, subtle beats and sweet, airy melodies. Feel the euphoria return again, as ‘Faith’ is here, out now on Spinnin' Records.
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LA Riots Teams Up With Max Styler And Laura White On ‘I Call That Love’ Via REALM

LA Riots unites alongside Max Styler and Grammy nominated Laura White to create ‘I Call That Love‘. The track is out now via Gorgon City‘s imprint, REALM, marking their debut release on it. Previously, both LA Riots and Max Styler highlighted their capability to produce music together through their release on Toolroom. With both producers also riding their own separate waves of success, they featured on Dim Mak, MadDecent, and Spinnin’ to name a few.

Robert Falcon & Davai ft. Laura White – Cry Just A Little

Up-and-coming Belgium producer Robert Falcon takes his spin on the Bingo Players classic “Cry (Just a Little)” with fellow producer Davai and the vocal stylings of Laura White. Now a decade old, The Bingo Players debut hit receives a fresh makeover that is familiar but distinctly updated. Gone are the melodic builds and progressive swirls, replaced with a heavier handed foundation that grinds and pulses underneath Laura White’s pitched down howls. While the original was bright and poppy, Falcon and co make things much more atmospheric and powerful — a deep house spin on one of EDM’s most iconic tracks – one that converted hundreds of thousands of new fans all those years ago. And it’s still just as contagious as it was in 2011.