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Soul Retrospective: Bobby Womack

Bobby Womack was the voice of experience, an iconoclast, and one of music’s most talented artists. The combination of Womack’s writing, guitar playing, and singing gave his work a singular emotional honesty. Born in 1944 in Cleveland, Ohio, Bobby Womack […]

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Soul Retrospective: Michael Henderson

Michael Henderson has had a rich, varied and successful career as a virtuoso bass player, producer/writer and romantic crooner. Born in 1951 in Yazoo City, Mississippi, Henderson


Q&A: Boyz II Men’s Shawn Stockman—Old School Flavor With Symphonic Flair

When one mentions musical groups with the ability to twist and turn notes with amazing vocal prowess, Boyz II Men is at the top

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Spring ’16:’s Guide to the Season’s New Releases

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


The ‘80s: Karyn White’s Self-Titled Debut

Los Angeles native Karyn White began her musical journey like many other singers, singing in church and eventually working


Soul Retrospective: Smokey Robinson

By the early '70s, Smokey Robinson had been the lead singer of the Miracles since the late ‘50s, recording such classics as

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Album Review: Tyler Kinchen & The Right Pieces’ ‘Acoustic Disdrometer’

While listening to Acoustic Disdrometer, the new studio album by jazzy soul band Tyler Kinchen & The Right Pieces, I got the impression a


Q&A: Lalah Hathaway—Even Greater

Lalah Hathaway is now a 3-time Grammy winner. When the soulful singer/songwriter spoke with in January, she was


Q&A: Silk

After 10 years without a new album, legendary R&B quintet Silk prepares to release Quiet Storm

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Johnny Gill Reunites with New Edition for New Single

If you are yearning for that classic R&B sound that’s reminiscent of hits like “My, My, My,” “Can You Stand the Rain,”

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