Jerry Cummings of Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes tells his incredible story in new autobiography

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(August 27, 2021) Jerry Cummings was an integral part of one of the all-time great soul music groups, and he has a story to tell. The tenor vocalist of Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes during that group's Imperial Period, Cummings has taken a more public position lately, reaching into the vaults for several previously unreleased singles, and now issuing his autobiography, From Gold To Glory.

The book archives the Cummings' life journey including "women, drugs, betrayals, abandonment, broken promises and attempts to end his life." But it also tells a story of redemption and and "realizing that the success of gold and platinum albums and relationships was only a shadow of what he was really searching for."

This sounds like an incredible chronicling of one of the great periods in soul music history, and the toll and triumph of one of its stars.

(August 27, 2021) Jerry Cummings was an integral part of one of the all-time great soul music groups, and he has a story to tell. The tenor vocalist of Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes during that group's Imperial Period, Cummings has taken a more public position lately, reaching into the vaults for several previously unreleased singles, and now issuing his autobiography, From Gold To Glory.

The book archives the Cummings' life journey including "women, drugs, betrayals, abandonment, broken promises and attempts to end his life." But it also tells a story of redemption and and "realizing that the success of gold and platinum albums and relationships was only a shadow of what he was really searching for."

This sounds like an incredible chronicling of one of the great periods in soul music history, and the toll and triumph of one of its stars.

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