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2014-04-19 All About Jazz is celebrating Amy Lee's birthday today! Jazz saxophonist, composer and arranger Amy Lee has been on the national/ international music scene since 1990. Her newly released solo CD titled USE ME marks her 2nd solo album and
Gordy, the play's subject and driving force, chuckles like a proud uncle. "It's a big responsibility to get that story and articulate it," Randolph-Wright continues. "It was daunting." The two men grew up 700 miles apart Gordy from Detroit, Randolph-
Lance Underwood photoshopped sons Taj and Amar into classic album covers featuring the likes of Nat King Cole, Bob Dylan and, of course, Marvin Gaye, the singer behind "What's Going On." Underwood and the lads also pay homage to works from OutKast,
Brit Eyed Soul , Billy Valentine's forthcoming album of songs by British rockers inspired by the American soul music of the '50s and '60s, hearkens back to the Beatles' first appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show a half century ago...Scores of other
Since Motown's inception in 1959, they've been setting new standards for our society through the channel of music. Motown has reached the status of multi-generational influence as they employed some of the most successful artists of all time. But for
Earlier this week, the hip-hop superstar teamed up with the iconic director to shoot a video for his next Marshall Mathers LP 2 single Headlights in his hometown of Detroit...Spike came out to The D for the Headlights' video Coming soon, tweeted Em.
clockwise) John Lennon, Whitney Houston, Joe Strummer, Marvin Gaye and Aaliyah. Photograph: Brian Hamill; Michael Ochs; Jim Britt; Fiona Hanson; Eric Johnson When Kurt Cobain killed himself in Seattle 20 years ago on Saturday , the death of
Gaye was shot and killed by his father on the eve of his 45th birthday in 1984, leaving behind a remarkable string of hits -- led by "Let's Get It On," "I Heard It Through the Grapevine" and "Sexual Healing" -- that remain pop, funk and soul classics.
A quick update on the litigation involving Robin Thicke 's "Blurred Lines," one of last year's biggest songs. Thanks to an agreement between the parties, Bridgeport Music is no longer a defendant as of Wednesday. That means that the lawsuit won't be
RadarOnline.com has learned that the Oscar-nominated singer recently settled his bitter lawsuit with fellow artist Will.i.am over the use of the phrase I Am. It all began when the former Black Eyed Peas singer sent Williams a cease and desist letter