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When I was music director and keyboardist for the Pointer Sisters in 1976, “Yes We Can Can” was one of the nightly show-stoppers. This is the Pointer Sisters early years – swinging the blues and bouncing the funk. “Yes We Can Can” was their first hit back in 1973 advancing to number eleven on the Billboard Hot 100.
When I started thinking about a follow-up single to Selena and… Continue reading
Chubby Tavares of Legendary Soul Group, “Tavares” Releases New Single, “No Place Else I’d Rather Be” [audio/video]
Chubby Tavares of legendary soul group, “Tavares” (known for the classic hits “Heaven Must Be Missing an Angel” and “More Than a Woman”) has released his new single, “No Place Else I’d Rather Be”. The song was written by Preston Glass and Ryan Cox. It was produced by Preston Glass.
Chubby’s vision and motivation for this song consists of the following:
“People who live together and have a relationship
Releasing March 17th, the debut album from Philly Nouveau, featuring guest vocalist, William Devaughn.
Philly Nouveau is proud to announce the release of their debut album, Mesmerized featuring their latest single, “Slow Down,” with guest vocalist, William Devaughn, singing with our own, Cristina Joy. William is the legendary songwriter and singer behind the classic hits, “Figures Can’t Calculate” and “Be Thankful for What You Got” (recently sampled by Ne-Yo and Young Jeezy).
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South African comedian Trevor Noah has been chosen as Jon Stewart’s replacement on “The Daily Show,” the New York Times reports.
The 31-year-old made his debut as a contributor to the satirical program in December. His first appearance took aim at racial tensions in Ferguson, saying: “I never thought I’d be more afraid of police in America than in South Africa.”
In January, Stewart announced he… Continue reading
Lauryn Hill’s The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, Radiohead’s 1997 smash OK Computer, the Doors’ eponymous 1967 debut, Joan Baez’ Joan Baez, Cole Porter’s Kiss Me, Kate from 1949 and more are being entered into the Library of Congress’ National Recording Registry. Variety reports the National Recording Registry made the announcement this morning and the total number of inducted… Continue reading
Pastor Creflo Dollar who owns two Rolls-Royces pleads for 200,000 church supporters to donate ‘$300 or more’ EACH so he can buy a $65 MILLION private jet ‘to better spread the gospel of Jesus Christ’
Gospel group Half Mile Home releases their new single, “Breakthrough”. The track is taken from the upcoming album, “Don’t Judge Me”.
They shared some words about the single…
“Breakthrough is a urban inspirational song that sends a message of Hope.. A song that doesn’t have a color, race or creed in mind.. It speaks to all mankind nationwide… Continue reading