“Our Story Scholarship” featured in Los Angeles Sentinel - Charles Wright - Page 4
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Grammy Nominated Music Icon and Author, Charles Wright Offers College Scholarships

Charles Wright, Legendary soul and funk singer-songwriter (“Express Yourself”) and author of “UP From Where We’ve Come,” is showing his dedication to education by offering scholarships to deserving students in need of financial assistance.

“We’re looking for students, who are interested in learning more about their history – knowing your history and your culture will guide you through your future.  Many students who are college-bound need a little bit of help financially to achieve their dreams.  We want to help students defray the cost of education, even when the student isn’t academically or athletically gifted.” Wright said.

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Today is the 84th birthday of Little Richard.


I distinctly remember the very first time I heard “Tutti Fruiti”, it was in the fall of 1955. I had never heard anything like it. This was before Elvis appeared on the scene.  Little Richard followed that record with “Miss Ann, “Good Golly Miss Molly”, “Send Me Some Loving”, “Gonna Live It Up”  plus a slew of others though not in tha torder.  And was well established as the king, long before Elvis came along.

So how does a king lose his throne? I have wrestled with this particular question for quite a long time now, and have come to the conclusion that Little Richard is still the king in my heart