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About Peabo Bryson

Peabo Bryson might be known most as a top-tier adult contemporary balladeer, but when he scored his first Top 20 pop single in 1983 with the Roberta Flack collaboration "Tonight, I Celebrate My Love," the soul-rooted tenor was firmly established with 24 entries on the R&B chart. At one point in 1993, he could be heard on recordings that were simultaneously number one on the pop and adult contemporary singles charts, as well as on the contemporary jazz and classical crossover album charts. A two-time Grammy winner for the Disney hits "Beauty and the Beast" and "A Whole New World," Bryson has since recorded with less frequency, but has released the Grammy-nominated Unconditional Love and the Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis collaboration Stand for Love.

Greenville, SC
Apr 13, 1951

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