Peabo Bryson

Peabo Bryson

American R&B/soul singer whose career highlights include the singles "Tonight, I Celebrate My Love" (with Roberta Flack), "Beauty and the Beast" (with Celine Dion) and "A Whole New World (Aladdin's Theme)" (with Regina Belle).

He released his debut album, "Peabo" in 1976, followed by: "Reaching for the Sky" (1977), "Crosswinds" (1978), "We're the Best of Friends (with Natalie Cole)" (1979), "Paradise" (1980), "Turn the Hands of Time" (1981), "I Am Love" (1981), "Don't Play with Fire" (1982), "Born to Love (with Roberta Flack)" (1983), "Straight from the Heart" (1984), "Take No Prisoners" (1985), "Quiet Storm" (1986), "Positive" (1988), "All My Love" (1989), "Can You Stop the Rain" (1991), "Through the Fire" (1994), "Peace on Earth" (1997), "Unconditional Love" (1999), "Christmas with You" (2005), "Missing You" (2007), plus 2018's: "Stand for Love".

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