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Clyde Anthony's "Song Drop Party" Live on  Tribe Family Channel

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New Song Drop - "When Can I See You Again?" by the artist Clyde Anthony is available now at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Walmart, Spotify, Apple Music, and more! “A masterful fusion of R&B, Soul, Adult Contemporary and Blues!!”

Join us for Clyde Anthony's "Song Drop Party" Live on  Tribe Family Channel Friday, May 27, 2022 at 5pmPST/8pmEST. 
Call 515-605-9351 - Surprise A-List guests expected!

Clyde Anthony's new song "When Can I See You Again?" is a masterful fusion of R&B, Soul, Adult Contemporary, and Blues!! 

As one of the singers for 8 years from the famed group The Drells, Clyde Anthony's new album showcases a strong and powerful voice, which has been compared to singers such as Mr. Gerald Levert, Jerry Butler, and Barry White with strong background influences from Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, The Spinners, and Peabo Bryson. This album brings back all of these groups wrapped up in one artist!

Clyde Anthony has toured with many groups such as The Intruders, The Spinners, The Temptations, The Stylistics, The Delfonics, and The Five Stairsteps. While doing this he became good friends with Peabo Bryson, and Cuba Gooding, Sr. from the group The Main Ingredient.  From 1978 to 1983 he sang lead vocals in "The Live Band".  The group recorded its hit song entitled "Strut Your Stuff" which was released by TSOB-"The Sound of Brooklyn". 
He also sang lead vocals on the band's hit recording entitled "A Chance For Hope".
He had the honor of also performing with the late Great King Curtis in Nassau.  He was later sought out by Motown and was asked by Tom Bell to produce an album for him. 
Today Clyde Anthony writes and arranges not only for himself but for many other groups as well. 
 

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