The former Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes front man celebrated his successful music career in 2007 at “Teddy 25.” I always admired his over all artistry. He expressed himself through his music in-credibly well. I try to take some techniques from his writing style. Not quite their yet. I’m happy to see that he has moved on. I know he’s gonna walk around heaven painless.
REST IN PARADISE TEDDY P FROM LG
Here are two of my favorite tracks by Teddy Pendergrass