What captivates me the most about Rahsaan Patterson is his voice, and the way he uses it. With his solid debut, his voice shines the entire time.

I enjoyed this album, but his later works definitely show growth and maturity in his voice as well as his lyrics.

"Where You Are" and "Can't We Wait A Minute" are easily the most outstanding songs on the album.

Angela Kay Pirko directs the show, performed in an intimate space of 30 seats, and in an immersive, open way with a goal of developing a connection with audiences beyond the typical.

Authorities allege that Ottman had opiates and cannabis in his system about 5 p.m.

This song is about a man who is insecure financially, but striving to make more money so he can keep the relationship between he and his woman in tact.

"Stop By" and "Stay Awhile" are both mediocre mid tempo tracks.

The silent auction will benefit the CTO Foundation, a charitableentity established by the Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) to provide opportunities for Caribbean nationals to pursue studies in the areas of tourism, hospitality and language training.

A touching tale of bullying, homophobia, love and acceptance, the show’s greatest source of power is in Mc Craney’s subtle, graceful and evocative style of storytelling.This album is about being free as it's title reveals.I always enjoy and appreciate acapellas from artists and here, Patterson gives us "Joy". Rahsaan Patterson should have DOUBLE, TRIPLE, PLATNUM singles and CD placks all over his walls and RECORD company walls too! And thank you Amazon for turning me on to this masterpiece."RAHSAAN PATTERSON" (MCA Records) Review by Kirk Douglas [email protected] the recent debut releases from Eric Benet, Kenny Lattimore, and Eryka Badu and you will soon realize that R&B is returning to good quality music of the ilk that touches the heart and Soul.Richmond Triangle Players, 1300 Altamont Ave., Richmond.is based on the award-winning book by Gail Carson Levine that also produced the 2004 fantasy rom-com starring Anne Hathaway and Hugh Dancy.[TOP MENU] CHOIR BOY Tarell Mc Craney’s drama focuses on the most talented — as well as most flamboyant — chorister at a hallowed African-American, all-boy prep school.