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Local "The Voice" veteran targets charities with new single

By Gary Graff
ggraff@medianewsgroup.com, @GraffonMusic on Twitte

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One of the metro area's former contestants on "The Voice" is using her voice to benefit a pair of local charities.

Proceeds from Detroit singer Beth Griffith-Manley's "You've Already Won," coming out Friday, May 29, will go to Feeding America and the Detroit Rescue Mission. the song was written and produced by Alonzo Dover and Mike Miningll -- whose Dovingtail Music is based in West Bloomfield Township -- and will be available via social media platforms and streaming outlets.

A watch party to launch the song will be held at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, May 28 on Griffith-Manley's and Dovingall's Facebook pages, with the song rolling out at 6:30 p.m. the next day on Dovingall's YouTube channel.

More information can be found at dovingallmusic.com.

Griffith-Manley is the daughter of the late Johnny Griffith, keyboardist in Motown's Funk Brothers studio band. She also sang backup for Anita Baker, KEM, Yolanda Adams and others. She'll release her second album, also titled "You've Already Won," this summer.

Web Site: www.dovingallmusic.com

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