Don Cornelius 2

Icon of Style: Don Cornelius

Once a week in the afternoon, people tuned in to the hippest trip in America. Soul Train broke boundaries and paved the way for musicians all over the world. But Soul Train was also an unbeknownst weekly fashion show put […]

Continue Reading...
Diana Price photo

Diary of an Ex-Soul Train Dancer Presents: Diana Price

For nine years, Diana Price was one of Soul Train’s most fashionable and effervescent dancers.  Whether she was dancing in sync with her then-husband and

Soul Train line photo 2

Soul Train History Book: The First Soul Train Line

On the fifth national episode of Soul Train that aired October 30, 1971, a segment was introduced that became a mainstay of the show and

george

Profile: George Daniels

George Daniels is the ultimate music merchant; as owner of George’s Music Room, with locations at Chicago’s Midway Airport and on

MC Lyte_75

Q&A: MC Lyte–Memento

A highpoint of the annual BET Hip Hop Awards ceremony is the presentation of the I Am Hip Hop Award, a marquee centerpiece for lifetime

myron shots2

Profile: Myron Williams–Star Search

Myron Williams has a confession to make. The president and CEO of highly successful independent gospel label Flow Records didn’t know SoulTrain.com existed. Don’t hold

jawnmurray_bio

Profile: Jawn Murray–America’s Next Top Model

A multi-piece suit with matching tie is not a fashion statement star entertainment journalist and media personality Jawn Murray is unaccustomed to making. As often

Don Cornelius

Soul Train History Book: Don Cornelius’ Singing Debut

Back in the fall of 1989, one could have said move over Luther Vandross and Freddie Jackson, there is a hot new soul crooner on

Cari Champion - October 3, 2012

Q&A: ESPN’s Cari Champion

Cari Champion is laughing out loud, maybe more intensely than her television audience is accustomed to witnessing. The host of popular ESPN program First Take

Buster Jones with Ronnie Dyson_lg

Soul Train History Book: Love, Peace, and ‘Soul Unlimited’

By the end of 1972, Soul Train was the most popular program in syndicated television. Seen in more than 25 major television markets, it won



Powered by WordPress | Site by Fishbucket