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#46 LGB -- Top 100 Countdown: 21st Century Southern Soul
Congratulations to LGB for making Daddy B. Nice's Top 100 Countdown: 21st Century Southern Soul at #46!
- LGB nomnated for 2012 Jus´ Blues Music Foundation Blues & Soul Music Awards in the category of Best New Southern Artist - Female. Please show your suport and vote for LGB.
Congrats on Jealous Woman (Yes I Am) winning Daddy B. Nice's 2011 Best Out of Left Field Song!!!
Jealous Woman (Yes I Am) also made the overall list for Daddy B. Nice's Best of 2011!
- LGB! PERFORMED 29 OCT 2011, PERRY, GA—2ND MUSIC FESTIVAL & HAD A BLAST!!!!!
- 2010 Southern Soul Awards Finalist - LGB was also one of Daddy B. Nice 2010 Finalists in (Two Categories: Best Female Vocalists & Best Out Of Left Field Song) for the "2010 4th Annual Daddy B. Nice Southern Soul Music Award" Download additional information
- JUNE - JULY 2011 UPDATES & "LGB's" LATEST HAPPENINGS WILL BE POSTED SOON!!!!! Don't forget U can also GOOGLE ("LGB" - Reality Slowly Walks Us Down) & ("LGB" - Jealous Wo-Man, Yes I Am) for latest "LGB" news. Thank you very much for your support & understanding...LOVE U ALL..."LGB"
- LBG featured in (February 2011) "Soul Dog" Neal Furr , Southern Soul Corner, article on the Soul Blues Report
- LGB performing "Weekend Widow Dressed In Black" June 4, 2010 in Warner Robins, GA.
- Daddy B. Nice's Top 10 "BREAKING" Southern Soul Singles For May 2010
- (Charted #5.)..."Reality Slowly Walks Us Down" LGB
- Per Daddy B. Nice..."One of those special debuts that makes you wonder, "Why wasn't this niche ever filled before?" LGB is a huskier-voiced Barbara Lewis sound-alike. The odd title masks an incredible song done in the Lewis style that must be heard to be believed. At times LGB outdoes her influence."
- Oct 2010 Perry’s 1st Music Festival proved to be an “Overwhelming Success” bringing in visitors from surrounding states giving Perry the highest praises for an extraordinary turn out and event. People came from near and far to support Perry’s 1st Historical Music Festival and looking forward for 2011 festival. Spectators were spread thru-out the town, everyone amazed at the modes of transportation that the city provided to transport people thru-out the downtown festival areas. Music was playing on 6 different stages, food, crafts…there were something for everyone)....http://www.macon.com/2010/10/20/1307431/perry-to-stage-first-music-festival.html
I’m so humbly grateful and a "Very Special Thanks" to all my Fans, Media Supporters, Friends, Family, my Mentor for his teachings, and especially to the DJ’s and Radio Station Personalities for playing my music and supporting me. (Last but not least, a “Special Thank You” to my Manager who never gets tired, even thought he works a regular (8-10) hr job every day. When he comes home he hits the ground running…working the phones, the email correspondences, shipping out promotional packages and working all “LGB’s” booking engagements in support of getting the word out about “LGB” and my music. My manager never complains, never doubts me, no negativity, he just keeps encouraging me, pushing me to the next level and simply believes in our CD product. I know deep in my heart that is the formula that keeps “LGB” going.)
There are some many "GREAT and WONDERFUL" things that has happened for my new CD, “REALITY SLOWLY WALKS US DOWN.”
--Major Radio Interviews and One-on-One Interviews in many regions (just to name a few…Washington, DC; Richmond, VA; Rocky Mount, NC; Raleigh, NC; SC; GA; TX; FL; MS, AL; IL; Republic of Belarus; UK; Spain.) Performed at some really good localities; major newspaper releases, making the charts and receiving so much great recognitions from the music world. “LGB” has been embraced by so many who had never heard of the name “LGB”, but yet, they still gave LGB” music a spin and the rest is history. Of course, yes, I realize/understand that I still have a very long way to go, but I know everything will be okay.
Below I have listed just a few of “LGB’s” accomplishments as a brand new recording artist…
-- (1.) "LGB" was one of Daddy B. Nice 2010 Finalists in (two categories: Best Female Vocalists & Best Out Of Left Field Song) for the 4th Annual Daddy B. Nice Southern Soul Music Award http://www.southernsoulrnb.com/corner2010.cfm.
-- (2.) "LGB" also charted Daddy B. Nice Top 10 Breaking Southern Soul Singles Review for (MAY 2010), ranking #5. (stroll down until you see May 2010) http://www.southernsoulrnb.com/corner2010.cfm.
-- (3.) Sept 2010 - Jan 2011, "LGB's "Reality Slowly Walks Us Down" charted Neal "Soul Dog" Furr, Top 15 Southern Soul Corner chart.
-- (4.) For Feb 2010, Southern Soul Corner with The "Soul Dog" Neal Furr, "LGB" title cut, "Reality Slowly Walks Us Down" featured; she also charted the their Beachmusic45's Smokin' Top 45 Southern Soul Songs for 2010 http://jackcrumpton.tripod.com/beachmusic45/id902.html.
--(5.) 1 Sep 10 being at the “THE MO’NIQUE SHOW,” taping, I was blown away and felt so humbly honored to have been chosen by Mo’Nique to receive one of Mo’Nique’s “Fabulous and Unique Hugs.” If you have never been hugged by Mo’Nique…well let me tell you… Mo’Nique has a sincerely warm and very real caring hug. I call Mo’Nique’s “Fabulous and Unique Hug,” “The Mo’Nique Million Dollar Hug”. Now I maybe was broke in the monetary department, but the Mo’Nique hug made me felt like an instant Millionaire. You know in life…people can fake a lot of things, but a real sincere hug....the recipient of that hug will quickly know, if the purity and sincerity is within the hug and let there be no doubt; Mo’Nique…gives it straight from the heart.” Mo’Nique is a one of a kind “LADY”…she keeps it real, her late night show is so “Awesome” and the hottest grown-folk party on late night television.”
-- (6.) “LGB” performed 17 Jan 2011, at the “Historic Douglas Theatre” downtown Macon, Ga. Being able to perform at the “Historic Douglas Theatre” was an electrifying experience. A little brief history about the “Historic Douglas Theatre,” back in the early days it hosted variety acts such as jazz luminaries Ida Cox, Bessie Smith and Ma Rainey. As time went on, the Douglas Theatre continued to see its share of luminaries pass through its doors naming just a few: Duke Ellington, Cab Calloway, a local artist named the great late Otis Redding got his start there on a local Saturday morning talent show that was broadcast live on the radio, Little Richard and late great James Brown also took the stage there, too.
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2012 Jus´ Blues Music Foundation Blues & Soul Music AwardsLGB was a nominee for
Best New Southern Artist - Female.
4th Annual 2010 Daddy B. Nice Southern Soul AwardsLGB was also one of Daddy B. Nice's Finalists in the following categories:
- Best Female Vocalist
- Best Out Of Left Field Song