Thursday, January 14, 2010

"Love's Knockout King"

























1950 - 2010
Rough, but smooth is how most would describe his voice. Good to know he was a someone who always tried to make the best out of horrific situations, so thank you MR. Pendergrass for all the music you provided us and RIP, Teddy!!!

3 comments:

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