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Q&A: Teddy Riley–Chapter 1, ‘Don Cornelius and Soul Train’

Teddy Riley could go on for hours with stories about his internationally successful, multi-platinum-selling, multiple-awards-winning career in the recording industry. Considered the catalyst of modern soul, R&B, hip-hop, and pop music, the singer, songwriter, producer and musician shaped the sound […]

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Q&A: KeKe Wyatt–Country Strong

Admirers and critics alike are suggesting R&B Divas star and platinum-selling recording artist Ketara “Keke” Wyatt is a much better singer now than when she

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Q&A: Joe

Grammy-nominated singer Joe is back with his new album Bridges, which was released on June 23. The album features his sultry duet with Kelly Rowland,

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In Memoriam: Bobby Womack—The End of a Soul Era

I can remember sitting in the back of my parents Trans-am riding down the highway on our way to Florida with the sounds of soul

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Diary of an Ex-Soul Train Dancer: Carole Creekmore

In the mid-seventies, there was a stylishly dressed and effervescent young lady on Soul Train by the name of Carole Creekmore. She and her dance

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Soul Train History Book: Barry White & Isaac Hayes

With June being Black Music Month, I can’t think of a better subject for this month’s edition of the Soul Train History Book than to

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Q&A: Fred Wesley

Many of you reading this have at one time or another danced and grooved to the lyrics “gonna have a funky good time!” The lyrics

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Soul Train History Book: Dennis Coffey

It had been documented that the first white artist to appear on Soul Train was Gino Vanelli, but that’s not accurate. The first white artist

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Diary of an Ex-Soul Train Dancer: Tyrone Swan

Tyrone Swan was one of Soul Train’s most desirable male dancers in the mid-seventies. His looks, his style and charisma were eye candy to many

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Soul Train History Book: Marvin Gaye

Thirty years ago on April 1, 1984, the music world lost one of the most talented, revered and beloved musical artists of any era: “the



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