EPACHA Proudly Welcomes
T h e
An Era to Remember!
Courtesy: By Victor Diaz Lamich, CC BY 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=3606167
Ray Charles Robinson, Sr.
"An American singer, songwriter, pianist, and composer. Among friends and fellow musicians he preferred
being called "Brother Ray." He was often
referred to as "The Genius." Ray Charles
was blinded during childhood due to glaucoma.
Charles pioneered the soul music genre during the
for Atlantic. He contributed to the integration
of country music, rhythm and blues, and
one of the first black musicians to be granted artistic
control by a mainstream record company."
"There is no challenge
too great one
- Ray Charles -
The legacy of Ray Charles
is deeply etched throughout many cultures
Around the World. His ability to see the world
from within his own capacity and achieve
global recognition - as a blinded person -
in the world of music has certainly
taught Humanity a most
valuable lesson: "There is no challenge
too great one cannot overcome."
"The genius, greatness and fame
of Ray Charles"
through his own humanity & musical
artistry continues to be an encouraging
inspiration to peoples of all Nations!
- EPACHA Foundation -
Through the Years!
Learn more about the Life &
Legacy of Ray Charles
on the following web page:
EPACHA Foundation Extends
Sincerest Thanks to
for many years of cherished memories and
also for helping to make EPACHA's
"Music & Songs"
"America the Beautful"
of . . .
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