"Hip-Hop, started out in the park..." is a famous line from songs by both MC Shan and Lauren Hill. Hip-Hop was born as a community activity on August 11, 1973 in the Bronx when a DJ called Kool Herc threw a back to school party in the community room at 1520 Sedgwick Ave. Around the same time, former warlo
Grammy Nominated soul band, The GroovaLottos will be playing at SOB's on September 1st. Almost as impresisive as their live show are the musician's foundations as backing players for the who's who of classic and contemporary soul music.
NEW YORK – The GroovaLottos Phunk Party @ SOB's is proving to be one of the music scene buzzes of New York City for the Labor Day weekend. First coming to international attention in 2016 with their debut single, "Do You Mind (IfWeDanceWitYoDates)?" spending 41 wee
“S.K.P… We make this music for you to use it and lose touch with the daily routine. Reality is too much, too much. Escape, Escape, Escape, Escape!”
First of all I love the usage of the jazz horn in the background. It gives a soul-ful and Bluesy backdrop with these fellas ambitious, ready-for-the-world delivery. They speak as though they’ve done this many times before and with clear distinction. In the beginning a guy is sitting at the bus stop, minding his own business when four guys come up, ful
National Black Wall Street Leader Speaks On The Life and Legacy of Don Cornelius
By Mark S. Allen
As Chairman of Black Wall Street Chicago and Chief of Staff of National Chairman of National Black Wall Street USA, the organizational members locally and nationally join in expressing our sincere sympathies in mourning the tragic death of Black cultural and entertainment icon Don Cornelius, who in the spirit of Black Wall Street used his own talents and vision to be transformed from a Chicago policem
Soul Train 40th Year Anniversary In Chicago Overlooked Chicago Recording Artist Bobby Hutton Who Performed On The 1st 1971 Pilot Soul Train Show !!
Chicago Recording Artist Bobby Hutton performed live (see attached link) onnthe very first national pilot show of the nationally syndicated SOUL TRAIN music tv show with Don Cornelius, yet for some reason Bobby Hutton was not included in the line-up
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