Barry White

Singer/Songwriter Barry White is a singer/songwriter who commanded audiences with his signature baritone.  As a forerunner of the disco sound, White began his career in the 1960s and 1970s building hits for the girl group Love Unlimited and The Love Unlimted Orchestra.  His career spanned four decades and his solo career yielded chart topping records such as "Can't Get Enough of Your Love, Babe," "Never Gonna Give You Up," and more.  After suffering a stroke, White passed away in 2003.

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This Day in Black History: Sept. 12, 1944

Two-time Grammy Award winner Barry White was born on Sept. 12, 1944.

This Day in Black History: April 11, 1980

Singer Barry White received an honorary degree from UCLA's Faculty Club in Recording Arts and Sciences on April 11, 1980.
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