Herb Reed founded and named the Rock n' Roll, Vocal, and Grammy Halls of Fame group, The Platters, in 1953. Today the vocal group continuously evolves, changing members to keep its rich legacy alive. Hence the moniker, Many Voice ONE Name. Reed was the only artist to be with the group from its inception until he died in 2012. Led by vocal captain and senior member Lance Bernard Bryant, multi-talented vocalists Omar Ross, Jovian K. Ford, and Brittany Michelle Wallace travel the world, carrying on Reed's legacy with his longtime Music Director Michael Larson.