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Review by WireNews posted zaidi ya mwaka mmoja uliopita
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R&B Star Mary J. Blige
Washington DC’s airport was packed with travelers coming in town to see R&B Diva, Mary J. Blige, perform one of her signature earthy, high energy concerts except this time it was a dual celebration.

Mary J. flew in to the nation’s capital to sing in celebration of the launch of the brand new Fillmore Silver Spring in DC complete with 2000 shiny new seats,new staging and state of the art sound system with the added bonus of not a bad kiti, kiti cha in the house.

The new Fillmore Silver Spring represents a new extension of the original Fillmore that the legendary Bill Graham opened in San Francisco, California some years ago. Now, thanks to Live Nation, the nation’s capital hosts the site of one of the latest and most modernized designs of the Fillmore sure to attract many stars to grace its glistening stage.

mashabiki waited in long lines happily awaiting the opening of the doors of the facility. As everyone was seated, Ms. Mary J. Blige came out on stage and raised the electric crowd to their feet from the inception of her tamasha performing her signature hits,”My Life” and “Be With You”.
Review by samm89 posted zaidi ya mwaka mmoja uliopita
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Mary J. Blige
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Mary Jane Blige (surname pronounced /ˈblaɪʒ/; born January 11, 1971), also known as Mary J. Blige, is an American singer, producer, songwriter, actress, and rapper. A recipient of nine Grammy Awards and many other honors, Blige has recorded eight multi-platinum albums. Blige has received the World muziki Legends Award for combining hip hop and soul in the early 1990s. She was ranked number 100 in the orodha of 100 greatest singers of all time kwa Rolling Stone magazine. As of 2010, Blige has sold over 40 million albums.[1] Blige has cited Anita Baker, Chaka Khan and Aretha Franklin as influences

Life and career

[edit]1971–1990: Early life
Blige was born in the New York City borough of the Bronx.[2] She is the sekunde of four children born to parents Cora (born 1951), a nurse; and Thomas Blige (1948-2007), a jazz musician.[3][4][5] Blige was taught to sing kwa her father. When Blige was four, her father (who is reported to have been physically abusive to Blige's mother) abandoned the family.[3] At the age of five, Blige was heinously molested kwa a family friend.[6]