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The Apollo Theater Recognizes Four Bold Soul Sisters

In honor of Women’s History Month, the Apollo Theater recently paid tribute to four legendary women in soul music as part of its monthly Live Wire series. Bold Soul Sisters: A Revolution of Sound & Style featured conversations with Rochelle […]

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Classic Instrumental Jams

Nowadays, with so many songs utilizing only synthesizer machines and electronic keyboards with the mere touch of a button in most cases, it’s easy

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Diary of an ex Soul Train Dancer: Patricia Bagley

Anyone who saw a dance demonstration segment on Soul Train from 1980 in which an enthusiastic teenage girl in a white jumpsuit busted some

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Soul Train History Book: Billy Paul

When most people think of Billy Paul, one song comes to mind: the timeless classic “Me & Mrs. Jones.” But Billy Paul’s music catalogue

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Q&A: 4EY The Future

4EY The Future, a new young music group out of the Baltimore, Maryland area, is about to take the music world by storm. Comprised

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Classic Soul Cinema: ‘Halls of Anger’

School busing was at its height in the seventies and this powerful film captures that time with gripping  reality.

Released on April 29, 1970,

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Classic Soul Album: The Supremes’ ‘Where Did Our Love Go’

Arguably the best female group of all time is the Supremes. Along with the Temptations, the Supremes were one of the top groups on

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Inventions by African Americans

It goes without saying that African Americans helped to build and shape this country and civilization. Many know that African Americans were responsible for

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Diary of an Ex-Soul Train Dancer: Tim Harrell

Hailing from Washington D.C., Tim Harrell was one of the most dapper dancers on Soul Train in the eighties. He had his own individual

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Soul Train History Book: Nancy Wilson

One of the greatest singers of all time is the incomparable Nancy Wilson. She has recorded more than 70 albums, and won three Grammy



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