Posts tagged "The Isley Brothers"
bLISTerd: The Best Songs By The Isley Brothers*

bLISTerd: The Best Songs By The Isley Brothers*

Listen to this playlist…before you have to catch a case!

Blerd Radio Presents: The Jheri Curl Chronicles Podcast (Episode 2)

Blerd Radio Presents: The Jheri Curl Chronicles Podcast (Episode 2)

Miss Ross is just one of the featured artists in the second edition of the Jheri Curl Chronicles podcast.

bLISTerd: The Top Ten "Hello" Songs

bLISTerd: The Top Ten “Hello” Songs

Nope, it’s not in here.

Mr. Biggs Is Back!: Check Out Ronald Isley's "Dinner & A Movie"

Mr. Biggs Is Back!: Check Out Ronald Isley’s “Dinner & A Movie”

Six decades in the music industry, and the man still has it. Check out Ron Isley’s latest.

Isley/Jasper/Isley's "Look The Other Way": Shoulda Been A Hit

Isley/Jasper/Isley’s “Look The Other Way”: Shoulda Been A Hit

When the Isley Brothers temporarily splintered in the ’80s, their three youngest members decided to rock out with a jam called “Look The Other Way.”

Chart Stalker 8/11/11: Spirit of ’75

Yet another boring week on the Billboard album charts. Adele spends a 12th week at the top of the charts with 21, although she only needed to sell 70,000 albums to do it. Country star Trace Adkins and singer/songwriter type Mat Kearney debut in the Top Five. The biggest news comes from hipster-pop band Foster the People, as their debut album, Torches, jumps into the Top 20 and “Pumped Up Kicks” looks to be one of the year’s surprise hits. […]

My Soul Train Awards Not-So-Live Blog

A live-blog of the 2010 Soul Train Music Awards. This show featured performances by Erykah Badu and Cee-Lo Green, as well as tributes to Anita Baker and Ronald Isley.

The 5ive at 5: Top 5 Songs Featuring Kenny G. (#3)

For a time, a sax part was practically mandatory to score a Top 40 hit, so Kenny G. found his oral skills in high demand (raises eyebrow and looks into the camera), particularly among his Arista Records brethren and sistren. When the Queen of Soul, came calling, Kenny was there. Babyface asked, Kenny answered. When Toni Braxton needed…well, you get the picture. In the late Eighties, Arista’s main draw was Whitney Houston. Actually, in the late Eighties, MUSIC’s main draw […]

R.I.P. Marvin Isley

I know I’ve said this before, but MAN, famous people are passing away at an alarming rate. Marvin Isley, bass player for Rock ‘n Roll Hall of Fame inductees The Isley Brothers, passed away yesterday at the age of 56. The musician had been ill with diabetes for quite some time, and the disease ultimately cost him both of his legs. Along with his guitar-slinging brother Ernie (a disciple of Jimi Hendrix who should be acknowledged as one of the […]