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Ambassador Andrew Young – Following an event in Monroe, GA commemorating the 42nd anniversary of Dr. King’s assassination – “I closed my eyes and it sounded as if Dr. King was speaking in the room.”

Congressman GK Butterfield – “WOW! It felt like I was right there on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial when Dr. King delivered the speech. I have never heard it quite like that; to sound just like the man himself. That was powerful!

Mayor Marshall Pitts. Jr. – Fayetteville, NC – “I have heard many renditions of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. but never have I heard one as powerful and as moving as the rendition Stephon Ferguson delivers.”

Singer/Actor Tyrese Gibson – “Very, Very strong! Very powerful! I’m inspired by hearing you in the spirit of Dr. King. And the fact that you have the speeches memorized like that – very lengthy speeches – says a great deal about the admiration and respect you have for him!

National MLK Park Superintendent Judy Forte –God has truly given him the gift of bringing out Dr. King’s words and reminding us of how personal his words are to us and leaving us with a voice in our head, even today, that tells us there’s still a lot of work to be done.”

Congressman Mike McIntyre –What an absolutely marvelous job you did in delivering the words of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Everyone was thoroughly impressed with your delivery, clearly a high point for the entire celebration!”

Dr. TJ Bryan – Chancellor FSU – “As Mr. Ferguson’s eloquent voice resonated throughout the auditorium, one could easily mistake his oratory as a recording of Dr. King’s inspiring delivery. He is truly a gifted artist whose talents enrich the lives of others.”

Rep. Tyrone Brooks – “This young man sounds just like Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Amazing! He has joined us at GABEO (Georgia Association of Black Elected Officials) on a number of occasions – He has the spirit of Dr. King inside of him.”

(Photo: Stephon A. Ferguson)

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