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TV One is getting the New Year off to a rockin’ start with ten all-new episodes of  its NAACP Image Award-winning series of one-hour biographies celebrating the lives and careers of successful artists or groups who, despite great talent, have not received the level of recognition they deserve, beginning Monday, January 2 at 10 p.m. eastern with the late Vesta Williams.

Ten of black music’s most talented artists and groups will be recognized this winter in all-new episodes of “Unsung,” TV One’s top-rated and most highly anticipated series. The episodes will air weekly on Mondays at 10 p.m., repeating at 1 a.m. (all times Eastern) and will chronicle the careers of Vesta Williams (January 2), Bobby Womack (January 9), Atlantic Starr (January 16), Freddie Jackson (January 23), Full Force (January 30), Millie Jackson (February 6), Ray Parker, Jr. (February 13), Sheila E. (February 20), David Ruffin (February 27) and Whodini (March 5).

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