Concert Review: Stokley with Phil Denny and Shaun LaBelle at The Loft

Hundreds of people dressed in their most impressive upscale evening attire. Round tops highlighted by the glow of flickering candles. Not a single empty seat. The beauty of an intimate show is how close the audience is to the performers […]

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Sound Check: RND—“Be With Me”

One of RND’s two managers is frantic, his eyes bulged, mouth gaping, sweat streaking from his forehead to his face. Following yet another

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Happy Birthday, Don Cornelius: The Party

On September 27, we celebrate the birthday of the late great Don Cornelius, Soul Train’s iconic creator. Born Donald Cortez Cornelius in 1936 in Illinois, the

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Profile: Anthony Lewis: The Gift

There should be no reason to ask whether or not Anthony Lewis can sing. The Los Angeles, CA born entertainer dared to reinterpret the group

Malina Moye_Rock and Roll Baby Exclusive: Malina Moye—A ‘Rock & Roll Baby’ Is Born 

Rock n roll music is as deeply personal as it is colorful, flashing sparks of premeditated improvisation mixed with glowing collisions of carefully

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Q&A: Teddy Riley—Chapter 2, “Pete Rock and Heavy D”

Where would music be today without the contributions and influence of Teddy Riley? A standard-bearer in production since a teenager, Riley’s intricate ear heard the right


Album Review: Kierra Sheard ‘Graceland’

Six songs into Graceland, Kierra Sheard’s fifth studio album, the multi-award-winning Detroit native opens up about her “Flaws,” an emotionally personal testimonial which sounds more

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Dance Off: Fik-Shun vs. Michael Jackson (A Original Short Story)

“Mom, come quick, come quick!” Manny yells from the living room. He is perched excitedly on the floor in front of their 70” wall-mounted television


Recap: Unity Christian Music Festival 2014

Merriam-Webster defines “unity”as the quality or state of not being multiple, a condition of harmony. It’s the state of being made one.

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Q&A: T.S. Monk—Central Park, Great Hill, Great Expectations

World-renowned jazz music icon T.S. Monk truly loves Central Park. The award-winning drummer and his sextet performed on the Great Hill on August

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