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The Great Debate: Steven Tyler vs. Mick Jagger

It’s customary for music-loving individuals to debate which songs, albums, and artists they consider the best, especially when comparing one artist head-to-head with another. Opinions are openly expressed, facts are justifiably revisited. It makes for a great, educational, and often […]

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Smooth jazz keyboardist Oli Silk has valuable advice for artists hoping to achieve, or even eclipse, the level of success he’s experienced.

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The ‘80s: Tears For Fears’ ‘The Seeds Of Love’

The year was 1989, the last year of a decade that went extremely well for the group Tears For Fears. Just six

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Musically speaking, 2016′s gotten off to a bittersweet start as we said goodbye to icons such as David Bowie,

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Neil Finn, Paul Hester, and Nick Seymour left their former bands in the mid1980s and formed the band Crowded House, a

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Soul Retrospective: The 10 Best Earth, Wind & Fire Songs

The late Maurice White and Earth, Wind & Fire helped to create the soundtrack to our lives. Since 1973, this multi-platinum

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The ‘80s: The Eurythmics and Aretha Franklin’s “Sisters Are Doin’ It For Themselves”

In 1985, the pop/rock duo The Eurythmics, comprised of Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart, teamed up with “The Queen of Soul,” Aretha

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The ‘80s: Vanity’s ‘Skin On Skin’

Vanity burst onto the music scene as the fearless and sexy camisole-clad lead singer of the Prince-assembled group Vanity

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4 New Albums to Warm Up Your Winter

The holidays have come and gone, Super Bowl Sunday’s excitement has begun to fade, the 2016 presidential election is officially underway with

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Soul Retrospective: Roberta Flack’s ‘Killing Me Softly’

Roberta Flack's rise was a quiet and potent one. Flack signed to Atlantic Records in 1969, and her first album, First Take,



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