Join us for a deep dive into the music and stories of your favorite Soul and R&B artists. David Nathan, noted soul music historian, joins host Bethany Dawson every other week to chat about the lives of the people who made the music that continues to move our souls.
Released in 1977, the group Chic's self-titled debut album set the stage for a un of massive global hits that still resonate today. From "Dance, Dance, Dance" and "Everybody Dance" to the anthems like "Le Freak," "I Want Your Love" and "Good Times," Nile Rodgers & Bernard Edwards created a distinctive sound with Chic that impacted contemporary music worldwide.
SoulMusic.com founder David Nathan and renowned entertainment journalist Janine Coveney discuss the impact of Chic's first album and beyond, sharing their own memories of what Chic's music meant for them personally.
January marks the 52nd anniversary of Otis Redding’s seminal hit “(Sittin’ On) The Dock of The Bay”. What was it like when Otis Redding burst upon the scene in the mid-60s? Join us as Soul Music archivist David Nathan tells us the impact Otis had on the music scene and how he continues to inspire us more than 50 years later.