The singer/songwriter was best known for the 1970s hits “Clean Up Woman” and “Where is the Love."
With Blake, there is always a way to bring the masters to the table and here he takes tenor titan Ben Webster's "Did You
With the freedom of an independent release, the trio decided to put the album out two tracks at a time as doubles instead
Website | Facebook | Soundcloud | YouTube The first single released off the EP was "Shoot Me" and has already found its way
On a hot mid-August summer weekend in Richmond, Virginia, thousands of music lovers gathered for the seventh annual Richmond Jazz Festival.
Of the Negro Spirituals, or Slave Songs, Frederick Douglass remarked that they "breathed the prayer and complaint of souls
But back to the lack-of-appreciation stuff, because I've noticed that this is a particularly big problem here in Aspen, where
BJ The Chicago Kid has definitely earned every accolade his has received and will receive. He is more than a gospel soul singer; he's innovative and visionary with the ability to give your favorite singers their soul back or at least, direct them to finding it.
Uncle. No really. We're down, God. You can stop now. Please, stop now. I mean, Prince -- are you kidding me right now? You're going to hear the history all over the place. TV and radio and the net have pretty much stopped broadcasting anything but that right now.
The American South has always been a rich source of musical talent throughout history. Classic rock, jazz, blues, country, bluegrass, and soul are all threads of the south's sonic tapestry.