Thursday Throwback: Luther Vandross

In 1981, Luther Vandross hit the scene with his debut album, Never Too Much.  The singer had spent well over ten years honing his craft as a songwriter, recording vocals for commercial jingles and working as a backup vocalist for […]

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Thursday Throwback: The Jackson 5

It’s a big deal when a musical group debuts with a number one song.  It’s an even bigger deal when the lead singer is only


Thursday Throwback – The Staple Singers

No old school record collection would be complete without at least one album from The Staple Singers; and picking just one would be a tough


Thursday Throwback – The O’Jays

Nothing kicks off the weekend like a good song, and over the decades there have been plenty of weekend jams to go around.  In 2000,


Thursday Throwback: Gladys Knight and the Pips

The song “I Heard It Through The Grapevine” had to go through a bit of transformation to become the old school standard it is today. 


Thursday Throwback: The Isley Brothers

The list of artists who have recorded music by the legendary Isley Brothers could go on and on.  Artists across the globe and of multiple


Thursday Throwback: Funkadelic

If you’re even remotely familiar with old school funk/rock or R&B, then you’re no stranger to the group Funkadelic, the brainchild of funk master George


Thursday Throwback: The Originals

Even if you’re not familiar with the music of The Originals, if you’re an old school fan, you’ve probably heard their voices on some classic


Thursday Throwback – Marvin Gaye

When it comes to getting a party started, you can’t go wrong with an old school tune.  Consider the frenzy that breaks out when the


Thursday Throwback: The Trammps

The 1970s was the age of disco and there was definitely no shortage of artists.  Radios and turntables were blasting the disco beat from artists

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