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  • Macon celebrates Little Richard's 85th Birthday

    Richard Wayne Penniman, better known to the world as Little Richard and the Architect of Rock and Roll, received birthday wishes from a crowd gathered outside his newly renovated boyhood home in the Pleasant Hill neighborhood Tuesday. Little Richard couldn't attend, so his cousin, Stanley Stewart, rang him up on a speaker phone.

Macon celebrates Little Richard's 85th Birthday

Richard Wayne Penniman, better known to the world as Little Richard and the Architect of Rock and Roll, received birthday wishes from a crowd gathered outside his newly renovated boyhood home in the Pleasant Hill neighborhood Tuesday. Little Richard couldn't attend, so his cousin, Stanley Stewart, rang him up on a speaker phone.
Beau Cabell and Stanley Dunlap The Telegraph