Historic Black Music One Stop Makes 2005 Million March Song Pick Hit of the Season

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Million Man March 10th Anniversary - Millions More Movement - theme song is a hit.

Historic Chicago based music one stop makes the 10th anniversary Million Man March theme song “One In A Million,” pick hit of the season. Fletcher’s Music One Stop declares the song paying tribute to this year’s MILLIONS MORE MOVEMET, an inspiring and timely single that is putting out the call for unity.

For more than 50 years as the nation’s only black owned one stop, Fletcher’s continues to serve independent retailers across the country and has hosted artists from Destiny’s Child to rappers Common, Nas, Mike Jones and R&B icons like the late Barry White. As a Nielsen SoundScan tracking store, Fletcher’s continues to be a trendsetter in the music industry having helped skyrocket the careers of musicians R. Kelly, Kem, Anthony Hamilton and numerous others.

Susan Fletcher, a second-generation owner and general manager of the one stop has maintained the stores commitment to promoting and providing good music to consumers by being in tune with creative artists and inspirational music. Fletcher says, “One In A Million’ is such a song, it speaks directly to the heart of the individual and the conscious of the community, while making you clap your hands and move to the beat.”

"One In A Million," is currently available as a single and will be the title track on the forthcoming compact disc, "One In A Million: Conversations." The innovative CD project is a collection of inspirational songs, woven together with snippets of shade tree/dinner table social commentary from white collar to blue-collar men and women, frankly discussing hot button issues.

To hear a sample of "One In A Million" or to purchase the single log on to http://www.millionsong.com.

Alan Curtis Green is also the creator of ”The Kwanzaa Song,” and CEO of Urban Jingles.com.    

For more information, to schedule interviews or add “One In A Million” to your rotation contact:

Toya Milam

(312) 909-3179



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