BREAKING NEWS: Luther Vandross @ Hollywood Walk Of Fame

Yesterday it was finally the moment that we remember the legendary R&B singer Luther Vandross. He is now the official star of the famous Hollywood Walk Of Fame!

Originally it was the news on June 22, 2012 that he will be one of the 2013 new stars, so some delay, but finally he reached the “hol(l)y ground” anyway.

According to the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce “Luther ‘s unparalleled voice and forever romantic tunes such as, ‘Never Too Much,’ ‘Power Of Love,’ ‘Here And Now,’ ‘House Is Not A Home,’ ‘So Amazing’ and ‘Dance With My Father’ are known the world over,” stated Leron Gubler, President of the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce and emcee of the ceremonies. “We are honored to hold this dedication for a very special performer whose music will resonate for all time.”

Vandross’ star was presented to his niece, Seveda Williams, and friend Alfonso “Fonzi” Thornton. Fans of Luther where able to stream the ceremony at, that took place outside Capitol Records in Los Angeles.

Seveda Williams, and friend Alfonso “Fonzi” Thornton

His thirteenth and final studio album Dance With My Father earned him four Grammy awards.

Vandross passed away at the age of 51 due to a heart attack.

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HIS LAST ALBUM: Rare Songs, Fan Favorite & New Liner Notes @ Hidden Gems

Hidden Gems / 15 tracks

HIDDEN GEMS is a compilation of album tracks, soundtrack offerings and rare live performances. This album includes Gems like the R Kelly-written “When You Call on Me,” “You Stopped Loving Me” – written by Luther for and recorded by mentor Roberta Flack, “I Who Have Nothing,” a duet with Martha Wash, a stunning remake of Little Anthony’s “Goin Out of My Head” with swirling string arrangement by Nat Adderly, Jr., dance floor favorite “Are You Using Me” co-written by LV, Fonzi Thornton and Little Louie Vega with Kenny Dope Gonzales, and the romantic “Buy Me A Rose” which Luther sang for Oprah Winfrey when she visited him for his final TV performance. HIDDEN GEMS is the first time that these songs appear in one place and will allow the casual listener to discover songs they never heard and the devoted fan the opportunity to re-live what they love about Luther Vandross.

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