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GAMBLE & HUFF 15th Annual TSOP African American Heritage Celebration with the Phillies Awards R&B Legends for Community Service

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, legendary architect with of , and Phillies outfielder Roman Quinn present the Gamble & Huff Community Service Awards during pre-game ceremonies for the at Citizens Bank Park. From left: Lloyd Parks of Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes; Alan Rubens, R&B label executive; Russell Thompkins Jr., formerly of The Stylistics; Roman Quinn; Mimi Brown, WDAS; Chuck Gamble, former Philadelphia International Records executive; and Leon Huff. Foreground: The Phillie Phanatic. Photo credit: Randex Communications

 Kenneth Gamble and Leon Huff returned to Citizens Bank Park last night to host the 15th annual Phillies African American Heritage Celebration presented by The Sound of Philadelphia, prior to the team’s game against the New York Mets.

The 2019 Gamble & Huff Community Service Award was presented to five notable R&B artists and music industry legends, led by Russell Thompkins Jr., former lead singer of the legendary group The Stylistics, known for smash hits like “You Make Me Feel Brand New.” Thompkins also performed “You Make Me Feel Brand New” at the start of the pre-game on-field festivities. Also receiving the award was Lloyd Parks, the last surviving original member of the iconic group Harold Melvin and The Blue Notes, which had global hits such as “If You Don’t Know Me By Now” and “The Love I Lost (Part 1)” with Gamble & Huff.

Other honorees on hand were Alan Rubens, label executive responsible for R&B artists such as Blue Magic (“Sideshow”), Major Harris (“Love Won’t Let Me Wait”) and Frankie Smith (“Double Dutch Bus”); Chuck Gamble,former executive vice president of Philadelphia International Records, responsible for managing and branding the Gamble & Huff catalogue for the past two decades; and Mimi Brown, WDAS personality celebrating 40 years on the , who also had the honor of throwing a ceremonial first pitch.

The Phillies African American Heritage Celebration was emceed by popular WDAS radio personality Patty Jackson.

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