Damien Rice hits the concert trail. Check the article for dates.
Clan (still) in da front!
Don’t give up on the network sitcom just yet-“Black-ish” and “Marry Me” have serious potential.
Get ready to have the noise brought all over again.
Honor the funk of 40,000 years and be charitable at the same time!-That’s the concept of Thrill the World.
The “Evermotion” continues; Guster announces 2015 tour dates, while Ryan Miller’s reality series gets ready for Season 2.
Wendy Williams will be hosting the 2014 Soul Train Music Awards–who are the hot nominees this year?
Pharrell Williams joins Iggy Azalea, Eminem, John Legend and others on the list of American Music Awards nominees.
“Under The Table & Dreaming” is being reissued for its 20th anniversary. Oh, they were so angry then…
The Smiths are human and they need to be loved (by the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame)…just like everybody else does.
Have you had your funk today?
You can enjoy the silence…or you can play the lone top 40 hit for synth duo/Depeche Mode clones Cause & Effect.
Clan (still) in da front!
Jennifer Hudson gets delightfully retro on a surprisingly good new album.
Before you go to the polls next Tuesday (and especially if you weren’t planning to go,) Andre Cymone would like a word with you.
No, Aretha. Just…no.
Lenny celebrates 25 years of being Lenny by…being Lenny.
A little funk, a little rock=the always dope Bad Rabbits. Check out their new song and see whether they’re coming to a town near you.
Is “Art Official Age” a return to form? Or is it more of the same ol’ lazy that we’ve been getting from Prince for most of the past decade?
No farm animals were hurt during the recording of Guster’s latest single.
Check out some new music from spectacularly be-hatted singer/songwriter Ryan Montbleau.
Get ready to get naked one mo’ gin with Andre Cymone.
The Hall of Fame is cool and all that, but THIS podcast has an AARON NEVILLE impression.
As sensitive as it gets…
Get ready to boogie with Bruno Mars & Mark Ronson.
Green Day? Nine Inch Nails? Rock ‘n Roll Hall of Fame? So THESE guys are the establishment now?
Jam and Lewis meet Patti Austin-the result is appropriately heat-inducing.
Mayer Hawthorne is still working the year old “Where Does This Door Go” album, and one of its best singles, “The Stars Are Ours,” gets the video treatment.
Can you stand the suspense? Well, worry no more-the top ten is here.
Let’s keep on movin’ to the top of our ranking of each song to hit #1 R&B on Billboard in the ’80s. In this installment-Soul II Soul and more!