Ruben Studdard Surprises Atlanta With A Performance At Centennial Park

Ruben Studdard was one of the surprise guests who took part in Q. Parker of 112 & Friends tour that graced the stage of Wednesday Wind Down at Centennial Olympic Park. Studdard played his hit song “Sorry 2004” & covered a few songs from the late great Luther Vandross

R&B artists Algebra, Case, Wingo from Jagged Edge, & R.L. from Next also excited the crowd with their hit songs.

Studdard rose to fame as winner of thesecond season of American Idol and received a Grammy Award nomination in December 2003 for Best Male R&B Vocal Performance for “Superstar“.

Tall Boy had a chance to talk to Studdard about new music, Alabama footbal, how she connected with Q. Parker and performing at Centennial Olympic Park.

To learn more on Ruben Studdard follow him on twitter @RubenStuddard



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