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Thursday Throwback – Jerry Butler

Although he was a successful solo artist, Jerry Butler was originally a member of the legendary group The Impressions, which he formed in Chicago, Illinois back in the 1950s with a fellow church choir member, Curtis Mayfield.  In 1958 the […]

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Thursday Throwback: Carl Carlton

If you’re having a 70s or an 80s party you can’t go wrong playing a Carl Carlton song.  Although he only had a couple of

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Thursday Throwback – Patrice Rushen

Ever since she was able to put her little “baby fingers” on the piano keys, Patrice Rushen has been making music--hence the name of her

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Thursday Throwback: Johnny Nash

Mention the name Johnny Nash, and it may or may not ring a bell.  His music, however, has impacted both fans and musical artists for

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Thursday Throwback – Jermaine Jackson

This week’s throwback artist really needs no introduction.  We’re all familiar with Jermaine Jackson, big brother of pop superstar Michael Jackson and a member of

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Thursday Throwback – The Pointer Sisters

The Pointer Sisters sometimes get lost in the shuffle of “girl groups” from back in the day, but the ladies from Oakland, CA have been

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Thursday Throwback – Whitney Houston

[caption id="attachment_13213" align="alignleft" width="254" caption="See more photos of Whitney Houston featured on Soul Train here"][/caption] Twenty-seven years ago, an artist hit the airwaves with an album

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Thursday Throwback: Earth, Wind and Fire

It was 1969 when Maurice White formed The Salty Peppers, soon to become Earth, Wind and Fire.  In 1971 and ’72 the band released a

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Thursday Throwback: The Moments

The music of The Moments is synonymous with the sound of classic soul.  The group originally formed in Washington, D.C. in the mid 1960s and

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Thursday Throwback – Joe Tex

Before rap tunes from Kurtis Blow, The Sugarhill Gang, and Doug E. Fresh became the classic hip hop of the 1980s, soul singer Joe Tex



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