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Song & Dance:’s All-Star Salute to Patti LaBelle

Hip-hop legend Big Daddy Kane is one of the lucky ones, as he has come to know entertainment icon Patti LaBelle.  He says they first met via a phone call, when LaBelle wanted him to autograph an 8×10 for her […]

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Soul Retrospective: The Four Tops—The ABC/Dunhill Years

The Four Tops were one of the best-selling and most loved acts in the Motown family. With their debonair style and hits like "Baby


Remembering B.B. King

The saddening news of “The King of Blues” B.B. King’s passing has swept across our nation. The forecast predicts tears.

No umbrellas are opening,


The 80s: The System’s ‘The Pleasure Seekers’

The duo of David Frank and Mic Murphy came out of the box strong with their debut album Sweat,

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Sound Check: Alvin Garrett—Inspiring to Dream

Armed with a brand new sound and dreams to fulfill, Grammy-nominated songwriter/producer Alvin Garrett is back with new music of his own. Fresh off


Concert Review: The O’Jays at the Kings Theatre

The Kings Theatre in Brooklyn was jam-packed on Saturday, May 9th as excited music lovers were blessed with the opportunity to see R&B legends the O’Jays


Soul Retrospective: Average White Band

In the 1970s and ‘80s, the Average White Band was one of the best contained units in all of R&B and pop music. With

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Soul Retrospective: ‘Saturday Night Fever-The Original Movie Soundtrack’

In 1978, the film and soundtrack from Saturday Night Fever had captured the zeitgeist of music and cinema. The idea for the movie came


Q&A: Kenny Lattimore—‘Anatomy Of A Love Song’

Kenny Lattimore is back with new music; his recently-released seventh solo album, Anatomy of a Love Song, with

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Classic Soul Album Spotlight: Diana Ross’ ‘Diana’

When Motown superstar Diana Ross went solo in 1970, many expected her solo career to take off with big hit after big hit. However,

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