My Good Friend Stuart Recently Became The Lead Singer For Blue Magic, Not Only Is He A Great Singer, But He Is Also One Classy Gentleman...

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Comment by REGINA SIMMONS on July 23, 2012 at 12:20am

Hello Stuart we go way back to High School. I was listening to your music and you have the most beautiful voice, I got so excited and i enjoy it also. It's good to see you again and good luck my friend !!!


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