(www.BlacksinHollywood.com) – On January 16, 2016, when the O’Jays rolled through New York City, BlacksinHollywood.com was honored to be invited to attend. Of course you know that we couldn’t say no to such a special moment to honor one of the greatest groups in Black music history. Eddie Levert even showed his chest, it was truly a night to remember.
Opening for the group was none other than Gladys Knight herself. This woman is aging like wine and gets classier as the years go on. But as beautiful as she is, Gladys Knight can sing even more beautifully. She stole the hearts of the audience with her angelic voice.
By the time the O’Jays took to the stage, the crowd was on cloud nine.
What we love most about the O’Jays was their album covers from 1972 through to 1978, when the O’Jays (and Gamble & Huff) were at the peak of the Charts.
Every song on the album has placed somewhere within the Top 20 of the R&B chart, and many of them went to the top of the chart including “Back Stabbers,” “Love Train,” “For the Love of Money,”
and “Use to Be My Girl,”
Only BlacksinHollywood.com has these amazing photos for our audience. Thanks to Tracie and De’Angelo for their support.
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