NEW YORK, NY (November 2, 2015) – R&B icon Little Anthony is collaborating with 10 Time Grammy Award winning jazz sensation George Benson on their highly anticipated new Reviver Recordssingle “Electric Together,” available November 13 on iTunes. The R&B-driven tune will impact radio in mid-November.
Little Anthony and George Benson penned “Electric Together” with hitmaker and successful producer Preston Glass. They recorded the tune at Private Island Audio in Los Angeles, CA where both Little Anthony and George Benson sang lead vocals while incorporating a “classic George Benson” guitar solo.

“Electric Together” follows a book tour for Little Anthony’s new memoir, “Little Anthony: My Journey - My Destiny.” The book, which was featured on “The View” as well dozens of national televisions and radio programs, chronicles the story of how a kid from Ft. Greene, Brooklyn went on to become not only an inductee into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, but an icon of his time.
As Little Anthony builds momentum into the release of “Electric Together,” he will be joining forces with the Coalition to Salute America’s Heroes float in the New York City Veterans Day Parade onNovember 11. Actor Jack Scalia (“All My Children”) will join Little Anthony and Retired FDNY Lieutenant Joe Torrillo, along with 20 veterans on the float.
Following the parade at 7pm, Little Anthony will be one of many performers during NYC Stands For The Troops, a benefit concert for Coalition To Salute America’s Heroes.
Tickets begin at $60 (reserved), $100 (preferred), $500 (includes Meet & Greet) and a $1,000 (includes Meet & Greet plus prize drawings). Click here to purchase tickets to NYC Stands For The Troops benefit concert.

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#LittleAnthony electrifies fans w/ new single #ElectricTogether @iTunes Nov 13; performs for veterans Nov 11
Little Anthony & the Imperials enjoyed one of the longest career runs of any R&B group, adapting their honey-smooth style to fit the sweet uptown soul sound of the mid-'60s. They enjoyed unusual longevity for an act of that type, having hits in both the R&B Fifties and the soul-music Sixties. They outlasted their peers by virtue of “Little Anthony” Gourdine’s powerful, beseeching vocals and the consummate professionalism of the Imperials, who mastered a broad range of material and knew how to work a stage. All totaled, Little Anthony and the Imperials placed 20 singles on the pop or R&B charts in three different decades – a formidable record of achievement for this durable vocal group. They received the Pioneer Award from the Rhythm and Blues Foundation and have been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. For more information, visit
Coalition to Salute America’s Heroes is a charity that was created in order to help America’s severely wounded veterans and families. Established in 2004, The charity has provided thousands of America’s combat-wounded veterans with direct financial assistance through Its “Emergency Financial Aid” program. These funds help veterans meet a wide range of day-to-day financial needs from utility bills, mortgage, rent, car insurance and clothing necessities. The Coalition To Salute America’s Heroes is based in Leesburg, Virginia, a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization, has provided an immediate, invaluable lifeline to thousands of America’s combat-wounded veterans. For more information, visit