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CELEBS PAY RESPECTS … At Texas Funeral

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You can clearly tell just how much George H.W. Bush was liked and respected simply by the incredible number of celebs who turned out for the late President’s funeral in the Lone Star State.

Reba McEntire sang “The Lord’s Prayer” and The Oak Ridge Boys gave a powerful rendition of “Amazing Grace” during the funeral services Thursday at St. Martin’s Episcopal Church in Houston.

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GoGoRadio LIVE! The official station for Go-Go music & culture. Advertise your announcements!

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DMV & Radio Legend Tony Redz passed away | RIP Mr 24/7 Tony Redz💔

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The legendary DMV radio DJ and host Tony Redz Aka Mr. 24/7 passed away today (May 29) of a heart attack. The news regarding his death was confirmed by Redz’s former colleague and fellow radio host Sunni on Twitter. The tweet read, “Got a call from DJ Flexx that shattered my heart. Can’t believe our former colleague Tony Redz has passed away. Way too young. Prayers to his family. Unbelievable.”

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Grammy-winning soul singer Betty Wright dead at 66

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Betty Wright, a Grammy-winning soul singer and songwriter known for influential hits such as “Clean Up Woman” and “Where is the Love,” died at age 66 at her home in Miami on Sunday.

Steve Greenberg of S-Curve Records told the New York Times Wright had been diagnosed with cancer in the fall.

Wright had her breakthrough with 1971’s “Clean Up Woman,” which combined elements of funk, soul and R&B.

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