Tony Gogo

Diary of an Ex-Soul Train Dancer: Tony GoGo

Anthony Foster, aka Tony GoGo, is one of the pioneers of locking. As a co-founding member of the original GoGo Brothers dance group, he has preserved the art of locking and has been teaching this dance movement in Japan and […]

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Soul Train History Book: Soul Train’s Theme Songs

Over Soul Train’s 36 year history, the program has had various theme songs, some of which were original compositions and others which were not.

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Q&A: Rain Pryor—“Richard,” Race & Reality

Rain Pryor, an established and talented artist in her own right, is the daughter of one of the world’s greatest entertainers,

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How the Town Gets Down: Oakland Sets Guinness World Record for the Longest Soul Train Line

Oakland, CA boasts a notable roster of soul, R&B, and hip-hop artists who’ve ascended to the world stage: Goapele, Keshia Cole, Hammer, Tony! Toni!

Skeeter and Go Go Brothers

Diary of an Ex-Soul Train Dancer: The Original Skeeter Rabbit

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James “Skeeter Rabbit” Higgins is one of the most funkiest dancers that came out of South

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The 80s: Shalamar’s ‘Friends’

Although this group had more than one line-up of members throughout the years, true fans will always consider the trio of Jody Watley, Jeffrey

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Soul Train History Book: Richard Pryor Hosts Soul Train

Way before Soul Train began having regular guest hosts in the fall of 1993 after Don Cornelius stepped down as host, the program had

Bobby Hutton

Q&A: Bobby Hutton

Bobby Hutton began singing at the age of five, with his actual professional career beginning in Detroit, Michigan after winning a talent show at

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Q&A: Rochelle Fleming of First Choice

Everyone is familiar with that soulful and high-spirited voice heard in classic disco and club songs such as “Let No Man Put Asunder (It’s

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Diary of an Ex-Soul Train Dancer: Fawn Quinones

Who can forget this gorgeous dancing machine? Fawn Quinones, sister of Lockers dancer Adolfo “Shabba Doo” Quinones, is one of Soul Train’s most popular



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