TV One’s Unsung will air a new round of episodes, starting this weekend with a look at the life and career of Tony Terry.
The New Jack Swing/R&B singer had a string of hits in the 1980s and ’90s, including “She’s Fly,” “Lovey Dovey,” “Forever Yours” and “With You.”
In a press release this week, TV One says Terry “shares the journey of his early success, experiencing longevity in the entertainment industry and clears the air in his own words.”
The new season of Unsung will also include episodes on jazz and pop singer Jean Carn, record producer Warryn Campbell, and jazz artist Norman Connors.
The series highlights the careers and explores the personal lives of influential Black artists, performers and musicians. The seven-time NAACP Image Award-winning series is narrated by actor Gary Anthony Williams and is executive produced by Frank Sinton and Arthur Smith of A. Smith & Co. Productions. Mark Rowland, Kysha Mounia and Jamecia Blount also serve as executive producers.
Unsung: Tony Terry premieres Sunday, Sept. 25 at 9 p.m. ET/8C on TV One. It will be followed by Uncensored featuring actor and entertainer Kadeem Hardison at 10 p.m. ET/9C.
Below is the schedule for the new season of Unsung.
“Women Take The Mic” – Sunday, October 2
Reggae Revolutions – Sunday, October 9
Jean Carn – Sunday, October 16
Warryn Campbell – Sunday, October 23
Norman Conners – Sunday, October 30
Solar Records – Sunday, November 6