Songs of Doherty/ McFrederick
- Artist: McFrederick/Doherty/Hopkins
- Format: CD
- Release Date:4/4/2000
White/Black R&B. Inspirational new direction sound of Aretha, Peabo Bryson. Ranges from 70's retro Peabo Bryson to horn pumped R.Kelley gospel/R&B, hip-hop, Ricky Martin pop ballade. A 'must hear' for the listener and the musician. Linda Hopkins was and still is the star of Black and Blue, Brwy. Show, performed reg. On the Tonite Show with Doc Severinson. Grammy award with Branford Marsalis. Check out God Talk, Don't Cast Away Your Soul with Rita Jackson, Rhapsody with Carmen Yates, Catch the Holy Fire. Other artists include Adam Michaels on Don't Ever Leave Me--a tango/samba; Ivy Grant on You Think You're Alone--pop/inspiration; Luther and Shanee on Out of the Crowd--classical/inpiration crossover, Rachel Hollingsworth on Come Closer--hip-hop; Troy Tuminelli on Love You--quasi Ricky Martin pop ballade; and Eric Porter on Who's Out There--Doobie Brothers-type pop/rock song. Michael McFrederick can be heard on Golden Age Records and Orion Records as pianist/composer in NYC. Recent endeavors include composer and pianist/singer of the 5-year and current hit off-broadway musical comedy Around the World in a Bad Mood, featured singer/actor and composer of Bowery Follies, off-broadway musical comedy. James Doherty practices chiropractic and lyric writing somewhere in New Jersey.