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A Conversation with Gregory Williams 

When: Thu., June 20 2019
The PNC Fairfax Connection monthly speaker series continues tonight with a talk by Gregory Williams, founder of the Motown band Switch. Established in Detroit and later based in Mansfield, Switch recorded for the Motown label from 1977 to 1983. During that time, the group cut five albums and had four Top 10 hits. The band included members of the famous DeBarge musical family and Phillip Ingram (brother of the late singer-songwriter James Ingram, originally from Akron). Williams chronicles the band's history in Switch, DeBarge, Motown & Me. Today at 5 p.m. at Karamu House, he'll discuss his new book at a free talk. Then, at 8 p.m. on Saturday, Switch will perform at the Goodyear Theater in Akron. Tickets start at $28. (Niesel)

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