Herb Middleton is a world-renowned multi-platinum record producer that has accumulated multiple Grammy nominations, who is best known for making R& B hits for artists such as Faith Evans, Brownstone, Changing Faces, Usher, Will Smith, Kenny Lattimore, SWV, and Kelly Price.
Middleton was best known as an integral part of crafting the sound of Mary J. Blige’s landmark album ‘My Life.’
Marc Staggers is an R&B singer with a unique and soulful style that is reminiscent of Luther Vandross.
Before embarking on his new journey, Marc had released several gospel projects and was involved in past compilation CD projects including “Songs of Inspiration” and “What He’s Done for Me,” with the late Clifton Dyson.
Marc has shared the stage with such notable gospel singers as Mom and Pop Winans, Jeff Majors, and Kathy Myers. He performed at the Million Mom March, held in Washington, D.C, and also performed at the British Embassy in D.C. for fundraisers supporting the Darrell Green Foundation (former professional Football player with the Washington Redskins). Marc has also been favored to perform for many notable dignitaries. He performed at the National Presidential Prayer Breakfast each year from 1998-2002 and has also performed in the presence of U.S. Congressmen and former Maryland Governor Donald Schaeffer at many Black Tie events in the D.C. area. Marc has also performed before FBI Director Robert S. Mueller at a Black History event.
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