Peabo Bryson


Peabo Bryson (April 13, 1951) is a Grammy-winning R&B singer and songwriter with a flair for romantic soul ballads who became famous beginning in the late 1970s. His best known songs include such R&B chart-toppers as "Show & Tell" (1989) and "Can You Stop The Rain" (1991), and he also topped the Pop/Rock charts with "A Whole New World (Aladdin's Theme)" (1992), which was featured in the soundtrack to the Disney animated movie, "Aladdin."

Best known songs (with years) include:

  • Lovers After All (1981)
  • Let The Feeling Flow (1982)
  • Tonight I Celebrate My Love (1983)
  • You're Looking Like Love To Me (1983)
  • If Ever You're In My Arms Again (1984)
  • Take No Prisoners (In The Game Of Love) (1985)
  • Can You Stop The Rain (1991)
  • A Whole New World (1992)
  • Beauty And The Beast (1992)
  • By The Time This Night Is Over (1993)

Pop charts debut year: 1976

Years active: 1965-present

Genres: R&B, soul

Labels: Bang, Arista, Capitol, Elektra, Columbia, Epic, Bullet/Bang, Private Music, Peak, Perspective, Walt Disney


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