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Jerry ‘Swamp Dogg’ Williams

Best known in Europe for his northern soul classic 'If You Ask Me', Jerry's recording career began as a child musician in 1954. He recorded his debut solo release just 6 years later and here gives a humerous insight into grinding out a living in the 60s. He goes on to...

Kim Weston

Detroit soul legend Kim Weston's recording career began at Motown's Divinity label as part of the gospel group Wright Special before signing with them as a solo artist. Here Kim chats about her life in music as a songwriter, performer, record label owner, radio...

We’ve been voted one of the top 80 music blogs in the UK

Feedspot has compiled the most comprehensive list of Top 80 UK Music Blogs on the internet and we're proud to be part of it. See who else made the cut here

The Ritchie Family

The Ritchie Family is a Philadelphia based vocal group steeped in disco history.  They achieved several hits during the disco era including the dance anthem 'Best Disco In Town'.  That remains one of the biggest selling disco releases ever ! Here, original members...

Gerald Alston of The Manhattans

When Gerald was asked to lend his PA equipment to local band The Manhattans for a performance in his school there was no way he could have known that less than a year later he would join them as lead vocalist, and be attracting sell-out audiences around the world....

Linda Clifford

You know that thing where you double-dare a school friend into entering a beauty pageant, win it and soon wish you hadn't? Former Miss New York State Linda Clifford began singing professionally at just 4 years old.  She appeared on TV and in blockbuster films before...

Eric Mercury

Born into a musical family, Canadian born Eric performed with groups The Pharoes and The Soul Searchers before relocating to New York and embarking on a solo career that took him to a variety of platforms including Stax, Motown and Columbia. An all-round performer,...

Become a member of The National Rhythm & Blues Music Society

The National Rhythm & Blues Music Society is a membership based, 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization that is dedicated to preserving, & promoting Classic Soul/R&B Music and honouring the legends that paved the way for artists today.  Their goal is to build a...

Shelly Clark of The Honey Cone

What were you doing aged 6?  Mashelle (Shelly) Clark was already a professional entertainer appearing in the Broadway hit 'House Of Flowers' and also touring with Cab Calloway in the Cotton Club Revue.  She secured a recording contract with Columbia records alongside...

The Whispers are about to perform their first ever digital concert !

It will take place on October 31st, 6pm Pacific Time worldwide at the Omni Digital Theatre of 95.1 FM Radio. To watch the show, just download the application, follow the instructions, and enjoy the live concert on your cell phone, tablet, computer or TV connection....

Jerry ‘Swamp Dogg’ Williams

Best known in Europe for his northern soul classic 'If You Ask Me', Jerry's recording career began as a child musician in 1954. He recorded his debut solo release just 6 years later and here gives a humerous insight into grinding out a living in the 60s. He goes on to...

Kim Weston

Detroit soul legend Kim Weston's recording career began at Motown's Divinity label as part of the gospel group Wright Special before signing with them as a solo artist. Here Kim chats about her life in music as a songwriter, performer, record label owner, radio...

We’ve been voted one of the top 80 music blogs in the UK

Feedspot has compiled the most comprehensive list of Top 80 UK Music Blogs on the internet and we're proud to be part of it. See who else made the cut here

The Ritchie Family

The Ritchie Family is a Philadelphia based vocal group steeped in disco history.  They achieved several hits during the disco era including the dance anthem 'Best Disco In Town'.  That remains one of the biggest selling disco releases ever ! Here, original members...

Gerald Alston of The Manhattans

When Gerald was asked to lend his PA equipment to local band The Manhattans for a performance in his school there was no way he could have known that less than a year later he would join them as lead vocalist, and be attracting sell-out audiences around the world....

Linda Clifford

You know that thing where you double-dare a school friend into entering a beauty pageant, win it and soon wish you hadn't? Former Miss New York State Linda Clifford began singing professionally at just 4 years old.  She appeared on TV and in blockbuster films before...

Eric Mercury

Born into a musical family, Canadian born Eric performed with groups The Pharoes and The Soul Searchers before relocating to New York and embarking on a solo career that took him to a variety of platforms including Stax, Motown and Columbia. An all-round performer,...

Become a member of The National Rhythm & Blues Music Society

The National Rhythm & Blues Music Society is a membership based, 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization that is dedicated to preserving, & promoting Classic Soul/R&B Music and honouring the legends that paved the way for artists today.  Their goal is to build a...

Shelly Clark of The Honey Cone

What were you doing aged 6?  Mashelle (Shelly) Clark was already a professional entertainer appearing in the Broadway hit 'House Of Flowers' and also touring with Cab Calloway in the Cotton Club Revue.  She secured a recording contract with Columbia records alongside...

The Whispers are about to perform their first ever digital concert !

It will take place on October 31st, 6pm Pacific Time worldwide at the Omni Digital Theatre of 95.1 FM Radio. To watch the show, just download the application, follow the instructions, and enjoy the live concert on your cell phone, tablet, computer or TV connection....

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Jerry ‘Swamp Dogg’ Williams

Jerry ‘Swamp Dogg’ Williams

Best known in Europe for his northern soul classic 'If You Ask Me', Jerry's recording career began as a child musician in 1954. He recorded his debut solo release just 6 years later and here gives a humerous insight into grinding out a living in the 60s. He goes on to...

read more
Kim Weston

Kim Weston

Detroit soul legend Kim Weston's recording career began at Motown's Divinity label as part of the gospel group Wright Special before signing with them as a solo artist. Here Kim chats about her life in music as a songwriter, performer, record label owner, radio...

read more
The Ritchie Family

The Ritchie Family

The Ritchie Family is a Philadelphia based vocal group steeped in disco history.  They achieved several hits during the disco era including the dance anthem 'Best Disco In Town'.  That remains one of the biggest selling disco releases ever ! Here, original members...

read more
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