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Q&A: Phil Denny—Love Actually

New Year’s Eve is universally a day of celebration. People dance victoriously and sing together arm in arm; they’re jubilant to witness another year end and excited for what’s in store during the next 12 months. Star saxophonist Phil Denny […]

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In Memoriam: Remembering Natalie Cole

We entered 2016 with a collective tear in our eyes. R&B legend Natalie Cole passed away on December 31, 2015, from what’s

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Album Review: Candice Hoyes’ ‘On a Turquoise Cloud’

As music critics and journalists begin discussing the best album or albums of 2015, Candice Hoyes’ debut On

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Sample This: Herb Alpert’s “Rise”

In 1979, trumpet player, composer and arranger Herb Alpert released the album Rise, which included one side of original songs while side

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Soul Retrospective: Roy Ayers

Vibraphonist, singer, and producer Roy Ayers is a master of many musical styles and genres, from acid-jazz, jazz-funk to romantic ballads

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The ‘80s: Sting’s ‘…Nothing Like The Sun’

In 1985, Sting quieted the voices of critics and naysayers when he made the move from the rock band The Police to

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Celebrating the 2016 GRAMMY Hall of Fame Inductees

On November 18, the Recording Academy announced its 2016 GRAMMY Hall of Fame inductees. Comprised of singles and albums that are at

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In Memoriam: Allen Toussaint

New Orleans music icon and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee Allen Toussaint passed away on November 10,

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Soul Retrospective: Grover Washington Jr.

Grover Washington Jr. had a tremendous run of classic albums in the '70s and '80s including best selling titles like

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The ‘80s: David Sanborn’s ‘A Change Of Heart’

While many artists were influenced by singing or playing music in church, a school band, growing up in a musical family, or seeing a



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