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2 weeks 5 days ago
2021 Introduction: Recipients of a much-deserved SoulMusic Hall Of Fame Lifetime Achievement Award by popular vote online, The Three Degrees remain one of the most enduring female groups in contemporary music. In 1976, after major hits such as “When Will I See You Again” and “TSOP,” the trio (at the time, Sheila, Fayette & Valerie) switched record labels and shared with SoulMusic.com founder David Nathan about their growing international audience…
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6 days 6 hours ago
The music legend hit social media to demand action.
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Columbia Records
1 week 6 days ago
2021 introduction: The Emotions had spent a few years away from the limelight after the demise of Stax Records.  Working with Maurice White of Earth, Wind & Fire, the family group was back in business in 1976...
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2 weeks 6 days ago
Behind the Prince associates' last squawk of the '80s.
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Minnesota Historical Society
3 weeks 1 day ago
Prince's first solo concert happened in his home of Minneapolis.
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Atlantic Records
2 weeks 6 days ago
SoulMusic.com founder David Nathan offers personal reflections on 2020, with music as an antidote to lockdown, loneliness and turbulent times and essential for lifting the spirit... Talkin' Esther Phillips, Aretha, Dionne...as well as three films that truly moved me....
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(Ollie and Jerry)
3 weeks 6 days ago
The duo never recorded a studio album, but had a top 10 hit in 1984.
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(Soul Train via Getty Images)
4 weeks ago
The "Soul Train" dance legend starred in both "Breakin'" movies and toured with Madonna.
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