Fascinating story highlights Tonistics re-release

Our good friend Desiree Cooper of Weekend America recently reported on a story of a vocal group that was formed in the 70s in Dimona, Israel, and its singer, a young boy from Detroit whose mother moved the family to Israel to join the Black Hebrews community there.  The original music by this group, the Tonistics, has been re-released.

He suffered abuse in his new homeland, but Reggie Prim found temporary happiness by joining the Tonistics, a religious vocal group modeled after the Jackson Five.  His story, as reported by Des, is fascinating.

To see and hear the story at Weekend America, click here.

Our good friend Desiree Cooper of Weekend America recently reported on a story of a vocal group that was formed in the 70s in Dimona, Israel, and its singer, a young boy from Detroit whose mother moved the family to Israel to join the Black Hebrews community there.  The original music by this group, the Tonistics, has been re-released.

He suffered abuse in his new homeland, but Reggie Prim found temporary happiness by joining the Tonistics, a religious vocal group modeled after the Jackson Five.  His story, as reported by Des, is fascinating.

To see and hear the story at Weekend America, click here.

 

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