R&B singer Bobby Byrd and his family were among arrivals at the New York premiere for James
Brown biopic 'Get On Up' held at The Apollo Theater. The movie has been directed by Tate Taylor and is set to be released on September 26th 2014.
Other arrivals were Brown's ex-partner Tomi Rae Brown with their son James Brown II, lifestyle businesswoman Martha Stewart, Mick Jagger's son Lucas Jagger with mother Luciana Gimenez, 'The Wrestler' star Gregg Bello and, from the 'Get On Up' movie, Keith Robinson.
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