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Chart Topping Song Celebrates 40 Years

The Spinners

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(AURN) -- The R&B hit, "Could It Be I'm Falling In Love" has been recorded by many artists, but the most notable version was put on wax by the legendary Spinners. The song was penned by songwriters Dr. Melvin Steals and his twin brother Mervyn Steals. They will celebrate the 40th anniversary of  that occasion  Saturday, November 9th, at the August Wilson Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Legendary singer Eddie ("Hey There Lonely Girl") Holman will be there along with other songwriters and musicians for a night of memories and music.
AURN contributor Atiya Abdemalik discussed the song and its success in a recent interview with Dr. Melvin Steals.

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