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Soul Train History Book: Marvin Gaye

Thirty years ago on April 1, 1984, the music world lost one of the most talented, revered and beloved musical artists of any era: “the wonderful one,” Mr. Marvin Gaye. His death sent shock waves to millions of fans across […]

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Tony Award Nominated Producer Matthew Weaver Acquires First-Class Stage Rights to Groundbreaking Musical Variety


Profile: O’Bryan

Born in Sneads Ferry, NC, O’Bryan McCoy Burnette II was playing the piano at 6 years old and then began singing in the church and

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Q&A: Tye Ramos–All the Right Moves

The scene inside The Warehouse performance venue in Battle Creek, MI was relatively quiet. Once LAFA Music owner/executive director Tye Ramos and his entourage entered,

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The Apollo Theater: 80 Years of History

After 80 years, Harlem’s famed Apollo Theater is still making history for their innovative work and performers who’ve graced the stage and rubbed the iconic

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Forget Me Nots: Valentines For Don Cornelius

The right song can do more for a person than influence them to dance, tap their feet, or nod their head to its rhythm. A


Q&A: Chaka Khan

Preparation for this exclusive interview with Chaka Khan actually began a bit over a year ago. After being given early word there was going


Profile: George Daniels

George Daniels is the ultimate music merchant; as owner of George’s Music Room, with locations at Chicago’s Midway Airport and on

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Five Shows that Unite African Americans

Some people just don’t understand the power of television. Not only does it entertain, but it also unifies us as a community, family and culture. 


Profile: Jawn Murray–America’s Next Top Model

A multi-piece suit with matching tie is not a fashion statement star entertainment journalist and media personality Jawn Murray is unaccustomed to making. As often

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