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10 Best The Troggs Songs of All Time

The Troggs were a British rock band that gained prominence during the 1960s, known for their raw and energetic sound. Formed in Andover, Hampshire, in 1964, the original lineup included Reg Presley (vocals), Chris Britton (guitar), Pete Staples (bass), and Ronnie Bond (drums). They quickly rose to fame with their distinctive brand of garage rock.

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Rhyan Douglas Releases New Song ‘Last Page’

R&B newcomer Rhyan Douglas has released his debut single, “Last Page.” It was produced by WahWah James (Kali Uchis, TOBi), and Tarron Crayton (Jazmine Sullivan, Summer Walker). “Last Page” is an emotionally raw ballad in which Douglas processes heartache over a gentle acoustic guitar backdrop. Throughout the three-minute track, the 19-year-old showcases his vocal range

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UpSurge Baltimore names new CEO

By Megan Sayles, AFRO Business Writer, msayles@afro.com UpSurge Baltimore, a start-up ecosystem builder and investment engine, named Kory Bailey as its CEO on Nov. 7. Bailey formerly served as the organization’s chief ecosystem and relationship officer.  He replaces Jamie McDonald and is UpSurge’s first Black CEO.  “It’s always a challenge to succeed the founder of

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PRESS ROOM: Washington Association of Black Journalists presents its second annual Special Honors & Scholarship Gala

By Special Press Release Washington, D.C. – The Washington Association of Black Journalists’ (WABJ) annual Special Honors & Scholarship Gala is back — this time at the Armour J. Blackburn University Center on the campus of Howard University on Saturday, Dec. 2. The event starts at 6 p.m. This year’s gala honors eight distinguished professionals

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Florida center says ‘Grey Team’ technology, exercise help veterans overcome PTSD and other aliments

By Terry Spencer, The Associated Press Before Fred Kalfon began exercising at the Grey Team veterans center months ago, the 81-year-old rarely left his Florida home. Parkinson’s disease, an inner ear disorder and other neurological problems, all likely caused by the Vietnam vet’s exposure to the infamous defoliant Agent Orange, made it difficult for him