"Don't play me," the CNN anchor told the former speaker.
The Empress of Soul sang a powerful rendition of "The Star-Spangled Banner."
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"Volunteered Slavery" is a Rahsaan Roland Kirk composition that has an infectious, funky lope to it, with Blake's raw tenor
Soul music legend Gladys Knight is asking a judge to remove her name and likeness from her son’s troubled chicken and waffle
The award show is one of the best public displays of black women's beauty and brilliance.
The music icon made this officer's night.
At 71, much has happened to the girl who shied away from the spotlight. From her home in Las Vegas Knight opened up about her music, the sadness, yet hope she has for the future and the force that continues to drive her.
Grief is a normal part of life. While the loss is never replaced, and life events and milestones will forever be bittersweet, there will come a point when you know it's time to move forward and you must give yourself the permission to rebuild your life.
Managing Michael Jackson and More: A Chat with Ron Weisner, Plus William Beckett and Noel Exclusives
Ron Weisner: "When you're involved in the music world that I've been involved with, I was in the record end of it first and then the management next, then the television live concert world, and each relates to each other in a different way."
“Believe it or not, I hate these evenings because I know …no one in today’s world accomplishes anything by themselves. No
For the second consecutive year Emmy Award-winning and Grammy nominated entertainer Wayne Brady will helm hosting duties
Gladys Knight is sinking a ton of her own cash into a $2 million project to save a North Carolina landmark, a segregation
Reissue Roundup 3: The Beatles, Eric Clapton, The Who, Frank Sinatra, CCR and Humble Pie, Plus Keith Chagall's Kennedy Tribute
Do The Beatles now collectively have more "previously unreleased" tracks than all of their official albums collectively?
There's been lots of talk about whether or not we're in a golden era for the presentation of black American stories in film
You've heard them playing the New York City subways, now see them on screen. "Brothers Hypnotic" is a coming of age story
Among this year's many festivities taking place in New Orleans during the Essence Music Festival, the 10th Annual McDonald’s
There's no denying Gladys Knight's place as one of music's most iconic singers. Songs like "I Heard It Through the Grapevine