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Sunday Williams

Sunday Williams

Sunday Williams' northern soul 45 'Ain't Got No Problems' was local label AlTeen's biggest success.  It was soon picked up by Chess records, although not enough to prevent the stuggling AlTeen label from folding. Sunday continued to work as a backing singer /...

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Dutch Robinson

Dutch Robinson

Singer, songwriter, producer and actor Teddy 'Dutch' Robinson was the original lead singer with the Ohio Players and stayed for their first 3 albums before leaving for a solo career that produced the modern soul classic 'Can't Get Along Without You' Teaming up with...

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Billy Valentine

Billy Valentine

Singer, songwriter, producer and one half of the Valentine Brothers, began his professional career as a warm up artist for the likes of Donny Hathaway and Roberta Flack before being invited to join the Young Holt Trio to form Young Holt Unlimited. Ady caught up with...

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Jeanie Tracy

Jeanie Tracy

Described by Aretha Franklin and Patti Labelle as being one of the top ten singers of all time, Jeanie is probably best known for her self-penned modern soul classic Making New Friends. Her career began long before that sought-after 45 and continues to this day and...

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Kevin Sanlin (Montclairs / Perry & Sanlin)

Kevin Sanlin (Montclairs / Perry & Sanlin)

Singer, songwriter and multi instrumentalist Kevin helped form The Montclairs who were a sweet vocal harmony group in St Louis.  Their debut recording brought them to the attention of the legendary Oliver Sain who took them to Jewel/Paula records where northern soul...

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Junior

Junior

Junior first began singing in a local band at the age of 14, encouraged by the sounds of doo-wop, early Motown, soul and reggae.  This hobby soon became a full time musical career and Junior realised that his talents lay in writing and performing his own music. His...

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George McCrae

George McCrae

George McCrae's debut single as a solo artist "Rock Your Baby" was one of the landmark recordings of early disco music. Having sold 11 million copies, it is one of fewer than 40 all-time singles to have sold 10 million (or more) physical copies worldwide. George is...

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Clydene Jackson

Clydene Jackson

Songwriter, arranger, pianist and award winning singer, Clydene Jackson is best known on the soul scene for her 1975 Ray Charles produced LP 'Fresh' featuring the killer cut 'I Need Your Love'.  Meanwhile, she has written songs for Natalie Cole, CM Lord, Rozalin Woods...

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Gloria Jones

Gloria Jones

Known as 'The Queen of Northern Soul', Gloria Jones is a singer/songwriter for labels such as Motown, EMI, Sidewalk and Uptown. A prolific backing singer, she also took to the stage performing in musicals such as Hair, she is mother to Marc Bolan's son Rolan and very...

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G. C. Cameron

G. C. Cameron

'G' as he likes to be known, is credited with having six different voices.  He's perhaps best known as the lead singer of The Spinners on their 1970 hit It's A Shame and for his modern soul favourites Strong Love and You're What's Missing In My Life. Here 'G' chats...

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Norman Connors

Norman Connors

Legendary jazz drummer, writer, producer & arranger Norman Connors, who's career has spanned 60 years, has led some influential jazz and R&B groups achieving big hits featuring the vocal talent of Phyllis Hyman, Michael Henderson, Rena Scott, Gloria Jones,...

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Freda Payne

Freda Payne

First recording as a jazz singer for ABC Paramount's Impact label, Freda shot to stardom following a chance meeting with school friends Brian and Eddie Holland.  They invited her to join their fledgling label Invictus, through whom she released three albums and earned...

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Norman Carter – The Delfonics

Norman Carter – The Delfonics

At the request of founder member William Hart, Norman Carter continues the Delfonics' legacy with live performances throughout the west coast of America to enthusiastic audiences. Here Norman speaks about his life in music and his pride at stepping into those big...

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Chris Clark

Chris Clark

Chris Clark began her career with Motown in 1963. Tall, tanned, blue-eyed and bluesey-sounding, Chris was signed as a recording artist and soon moved on to writing music for herself and other Motown artists.  She also extended her talents to include photography and...

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Harold Payne – songwriter extrordinaire

Harold Payne – songwriter extrordinaire

Harold Payne is a multi-platinum songwriter whose soulful uplifting song and husky heartfelt vocal combined with his uncanny gift for spontaneity have graced stages around the world. Harold was Bobby Womack's songwriting partner for 35 years and has also written for...

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Thelma Jones

Thelma Jones

Thelma Jones burst onto the NYC scene with a smash hit Never Leave Me which launched her career with Barry records before moving to Muscle Shoals after Barry records' demise. Her track 'Salty Tears' brought Thelma to the attention of the mighty Columbia records where...

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Patrinell Staten Wright

Patrinell Staten Wright

Patrinell Staten Wright, recording under her maiden name, took Seattle by storm with her self-penned 'Little Love Affair'.  Widely considered to be one of the truly 'holy grail' tracks on the UK soul scene, her roots and calling was in the world of gospel music.  In...

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Gilbert Stokes (El Chicano & The Latin Soul Dance Band)

Gilbert Stokes (El Chicano & The Latin Soul Dance Band)

Gilbert Stokes was born and raised in East LA.  Making music from a young age he went on to become front man for Gold and Platinum winning group El Chicano during their Columbia years and still performs around LA with the Latin Soul Dance Band amongst others. You can...

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Arenita Toni Walker (The Lollipops, Godmoma, Love Anonymous)

Arenita Toni Walker (The Lollipops, Godmoma, Love Anonymous)

Arenita 'Toni' Walker's debut single on local label Impact was a self-penned track called Step Aside Baby.  It proved to be very successful for The Lollipops in Detroit, contributing the Motown's decision to buy the label in 1968 which secured both The Lollipops and...

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Candi Staton

Candi Staton

Candi Staton's long career has produced hits like Nights On Broadway, Stand By Your Man, You Got The Love and of course, Young Hearts Run Free Candi has been inducted into several Hall's of Fame and is a four time Grammy nominee Here she chats to Ady about her life in...

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Bonnie (RIP) & Anita Pointer of The Pointer Sisters

Bonnie (RIP) & Anita Pointer of The Pointer Sisters

We regret to report the sad passing of Bonnie on 8th June 2020 The Pointer Sisters achieved mainstream success during the 1970s and 1980s. Their career spanned four decades and their repertoire has included such diverse genres as pop, disco, jazz, blues, soul, funk,...

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Gloria Scott

Gloria Scott

Gloria Scott's is a name synonymous with Northern Soul, with her Barry White produced anthem (a case of) Too Much Lovemaking continuing to pack dance floors across Europe. Her first venture into the recording studio was with Sly Stone in 1964.  Gloria then auditioned...

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MIchael Hepburn & Nate Phillips of Pleasure

MIchael Hepburn & Nate Phillips of Pleasure

Mentored by Wayne Henderson, the group Pleasure infused soul, funk and fusion becoming a cult group on the underground black music scene of the late 70s in the UK and the US. They're now back in the studio! Hear band members Michael Hepburn and Nate Phillips recount...

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Samm Culley (Skullsnaps / Diplomats / Fatback and more)

Samm Culley (Skullsnaps / Diplomats / Fatback and more)

Samm Culley's career began as a keyboard player for Tiny Tim & The Hits where he met fellow singers Tom Price and Bill Collier.  The trio soon left Tiny Tim and along with Irvin Waters formed The Diplomats who went on onto record as the Skull Snaps. You can hear...

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Billy Prince of The Precisions

Billy Prince of The Precisions

Not many groups can say that their parent label created a subsidiary imprint purely for their songs but that's just what Sidra did for The Precisions and group member Billy Prince, who sang lead on the northern soul favourite If This Is Love (i'd rather be lonely),...

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Joe Bataan

Joe Bataan

Latin soul legend Joe Bataan was born Bataan Nitollano in 1942 to African-American/Filipino parents. Growing up in Spanish Harlem he inevitably fell into gang culture.  Having briefly led a local Puerto Rican street gang named the Dragons, he fell foul of the law and...

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Oliver C Brown – KC & The Sunshine Band

Oliver C Brown – KC & The Sunshine Band

Californian Oliver Brown went to Miami to seek his fortune and certainly found it.  His talent soon brought him to the attention of Henry Stone of TK Records who employed him as the label's house percussionist, recording with Betty Wright, George & Gwen McCrae, KC...

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Bobby Hutton

Bobby Hutton

Harold 'Bobby' Hutton began singing at the age of five. His professional career began In Detroit, Michigan after he won a talent show at the 20 Grand club and was invited to Motown by Mickey Stevenson where he was paired as a songwriter with Raynoma Gordy, however...

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Lee Fields

Lee Fields

Lee Fields, or 'Little JB' as he is often lovingly referred to in reference to his physical and vocal resemblance to James Brown, is a singer/songwriter/producer who released hi first single in 1969 and has remained active ever since. Currently fronting The...

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Archie Bell of The Drells

Archie Bell of The Drells

Archie Bell & The Drells of Houston, Texas were one of the main acts on Philadelphia International Records with hits including Tighten Up, I Can't Stop Dancing, Here I Go Again, Soul City Walk and Don't Let Love Get You Down. Still recording and performing Archie...

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Deniece Williams

Deniece Williams

Recording in the 60s under her maiden name of Deniece Chandler, Deniece Williams is a grammy award winning singer songwriter and producer who achieved success in the 70s and 80s with songs such as Free, Let's Hear It For The Boy and duetting with Johnny Mathis, Too...

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Carolyn Crawford

Carolyn Crawford

After winning a talent contest in Detroit aged 13 Carolyn, already an accomplished songwriter with a stack of original compositions under her belt, spent the early hours of her 14th birthday recording her debut single for Motown, a self penned track called Forget...

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Jimmy James of The Vagabonds

Jimmy James of The Vagabonds

Jimmy James is a Jamaican born singer known for songs like "Come To Me Softly", "A Man Like Me", "Now Is the Time" and "I'll Go Where the Music Takes Me".  Based in Britain, he has performed as the lead singer of Jimmy James and the Vagabonds since the mid 1960s and...

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Arthur Guillory (The Ascots)

Arthur Guillory (The Ascots)

Port Arthur natives, Arthur. C. Guillory, James Duhon and Talmadge Armstrong released some great music as the Ascots, earlier spelled as The Escotts.  Recording on local Texan labels Spindletop, American Playboy and latterly Crazy Cajun they are responsible for some...

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Tommy Hunt

Tommy Hunt

With over 65 years in show business Tommy Hunt is one of the original pioneers of "Rock 'n' Roll".  In the late 50's he was a member of the sensational doo wop group, "The Flamingos", before embarking on his solo career in 1960. Tommy Hunt has worked alongside all the...

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William ‘Mickey’ Stevenson – Motown’s First A&R Man

William ‘Mickey’ Stevenson – Motown’s First A&R Man

Mickey Stevenson, Motown's 1st A&R man. A songwriter and producer, most famous for his pivotal contribution to Motown's success during the 60s by seeking out artists, musicians, songwriters, producers, arrangers, choreographers, distributors....and generally...

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Jimmy Sterling

Jimmy Sterling

Jimmy Sterling’s career started at a very young age as a backup drummer for a variety of local groups around Detroit. He also performed with Motown elite’s Edwin Starr and Jimmy Ruffin giving Sterling the opportunity to meet his musical idol David Ruffin who greatly...

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Ben Pirani

Ben Pirani

Soul music is many things to Ben Pirani: It’s positive and it’s hopeful. It’s a soundtrack for struggle, which is where soul music came from in the first place. That the struggle has been happening largely in the black community is not lost on Pirani, who is white —...

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Dean Parrish

Dean Parrish

American singer and film/TV actor Dean Parrish, born Phil Anastasi in Brooklyn NY, is probably best known for his northern soul anthem I'm On My Way which became famous for being the last record that was played after each soul all-nighter at Wigan Casino. Here Dean...

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Lorraine Silver

Lorraine Silver

Lorraine Silver secured a recording contract with UK label PYE aged just 13 and went on to record the Wigan Casino favourite 'Lost Summer Love' Still performing to an enthusiastic crowd, Lorraine tells Ady about her brand new release and her upcoming UK tour You can...

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Spyder Turner

Spyder Turner

Spyder Turner is well loved on the northern soul scene.  He caught the eye of MGM records in 1967 and released several 45s and an LP including his big hit Stand By Me plus the popular crossover track I Can't Make It Anymore.  Through the 70s and 80s Spyder partnered...

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Kris Peterson

Kris Peterson

Kris Peterson, the blue-eyed soul singer from Detroit, began her singing career with the Nodells and saw the issue of her first single in 1965.  Known in northern soul circles for her floor-filler 'Just As Much', Kris went on to release her LP 'A Child's Dream' in...

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Myron Edwins (The Edwards Generation)

Myron Edwins (The Edwards Generation)

The Edwards Generation were a San Francisco based family group that released a number of singles and an album during the 1970s. Their releases are highly revered globally by soul and funk connoisseurs. UK label Cordial Recordings have partnered with them in bringing...

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Charles Parks III (High Society Players)

Charles Parks III (High Society Players)

The High Society Band were a soulful rhythm band backing vocalists such as Lakeshore Drive, featured on the 1978 release Disco Scene, and also Chicago's Larry Dixon.  They cut several tracks in the 1980s which are now available through www.itstillmusic.com.  Charles...

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Clifford Moore (Eric & The Vikings)

Clifford Moore (Eric & The Vikings)

Eric and The Vikings, which comprised Clifford Moore, Eric McClinton and Philip Taylor, were with Motown for over 16 years producing northern soul favourites Time Won't Wait and Hurtin', also providing vocals for artistes such as Marvin Gaye, Gladys Knight, Edwin...

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Marlena Lady Black Lace (Molly Holt)

Marlena Lady Black Lace (Molly Holt)

Rising to prominence as vocalist with The Rascals under the name of Molly Holt, singer/songwriter Marlena toured the US headlining venues through the early 70s before leaving to work with Patti Labelle, Meatloaf and Greg Diamond ahead of breaking away as a solo...

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Tanya Michelle Smith (Change) chooses the tracks of her years

Tanya Michelle Smith (Change) chooses the tracks of her years

Lead singer of newly re-formed band Change, Tanya Michelle chats with Ady about their recent CD Love 4 Love which has topped the UK soul chart and chooses the tracks of her years. You can hear Tanya's choices here You can buy Tanya's music here    Why not browse...

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Barbara Jean English

Barbara Jean English

Barbara Jean English is an artist synonymous with the UK soul scene providing us with ever popular northern soul tunes 'I'm Living A Lie' and '(you got me) Sittin' In The Corner'. She began her performing career in New Jersey leading The Clickettes, and then briefly...

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Venus Dodson

Venus Dodson

Singer/songwriter and member of the legendary Patrick Adams collective in the 70s, Venus Dodson worked alongside Luther Vandross, Jocelyn Brown, Christine Wiltshire, Leroy Burgess and Donna McGhee. She wrote the massive hit 'Girls' for the Moments and Whatnaughts and...

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Jaman Laws

Jaman Laws

Los Angeles based Jaman Laws grew up in the renowned musical Laws family. He is an extraordinary  saxophonist known to his audience as 'Silk'. He also playes the flute, piano, is an accomplished producer, songwriter and actor. Jaman is the son of legendary saxophonist...

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Bernadette Bascom

Bernadette Bascom

Bernadette, the daughter of Civil Rights activist Rev. Marion C. Bascom, began her career as lead vocalist with Philly outfit People’s Choice with whom she toured the US before settling in Seattle.  Bernadette was the first artist signed to Stevie Wonder's label Black...

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Eloise Laws

Eloise Laws

Eloise Laws who is also known as “El” is an inspiring artist, Broadway actress, author, songwriter, and a singer who has managed to mesmerize the music world of today with her resonating voice and vibrant personality. Eloise Laws holds more than 30 years of experience...

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Sharon Marie Cline

Sharon Marie Cline

Internationally acclaimed vocalist Sharon Marie is quickly becoming a favourite in LA’s jazz club scene and performs with the finest jazz musicians and in the most exclusive rooms on the west coast and across the country. She’s performed on the same stage as such jazz...

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Darryl F Walker

Darryl F Walker

Singer, songwriter, saxophonist & percussionist Darryl continues to pack venues across California whether it be performing jazz, R&B, Soulful House or blues.  Vocalist for ex-Tower Of Power's Greg Adams and his East Bay Soul band, Darryl's latest solo output...

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Change feat. Tanya Michelle Smith

Change feat. Tanya Michelle Smith

Backed by the influential Ray Caviano's RFC label, Italian ensemble Change burst onto the music scene in 1980 with their iconic LP Glow Of Love, featuring the vocals of Luther Vandross and Jocelyn Brown and bringing us seminal dance tunes such as Searching, Glow Of...

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Eugene Thomas (Epitome of Sound)

Eugene Thomas (Epitome of Sound)

Every northern soul fan will have enjoyed the vocals of Eugene Thomas belting through the speakers as frontman with the Epitome of Sound on their monster hit You Don't Love Me. Here Eugene speaks of his first recording with New Jersey outfit the Megatons on New York's...

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Ray Caviano

Ray Caviano

Back in the late ’70s disco heyday, Ray Caviano was in his prime as the scene’s number-one record executive. From his glitter ball perch at Warner / RFC records, the then President of Warner Bros Music launched hits for Rod Stewart, The Doobie Brothers, Gino Soccio...

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Ronald Foster (Ecstasy Passion & Pain)

Ronald Foster (Ecstasy Passion & Pain)

The former keyboard player with 70s group Ecstasy Passion and Pain, Ron Foster continues to build on his 50+ years in the music industry as a performer, songwriter, conductor, producer and arranger and has just seen the release of his latest work through Cannonball...

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Gabrielle

Gabrielle

It’s not often you can truthfully say this of a singer, but here it is: Gabrielle is unique. She’s unique as an artist, with that instantly familiar shimmery voice and those tender-tough lyrics and way of phrasing that makes every song feel deeply intimate.  And she’s...

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Hank Dixon (The Originals)

Hank Dixon (The Originals)

The Originals, often called "Motown's best-kept secret," were a successful Motown R&B and soul group during the late 1960s and the 1970s, most notable for the hits "Baby I'm For Real" and the disco classic "Down To Love Town"     Hank Dixon is the only...

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Christine Wiltshire

Christine Wiltshire

Best known for her disco smash Weekend, Christine Wiltshire's vibrant personality and rich vocal tones magically capture emotions and soul of her selections and make you feel like it's your words she's singing. Her talent and professionalism make it no mystery why she...

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Janie Bradford

Janie Bradford

Janie Bradford joined Motown records as a songwriter at the very beginning aged just 14 and wrote their first big hit, Barrett Strong's Money (That's What I Want).  Over the ensuing 25 years she wrote Motown classics such as Too Busy Thinking Bout My Baby for Marvin...

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Donna McGhee

Donna McGhee

Donna McGhee recorded her cult Disco album 'Make It Last Forever' in 1978...but things didn't start there, it actually started back in her grandmother's choir, followed by singing and touring with the Fatback Band before becoming a member of the successful Greg...

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Timothy ‘Mudbone’ Tucker

Timothy ‘Mudbone’ Tucker

Songwriter, producer, arranger Tim Tucker is making great music out of Sacremento California with various projects and has just signed with UK label six-nine records. Tim chats to Ady about his musical career to date and his exciting new material   You can hear...

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Eleanore Mills

Eleanore Mills

Eleanore Mills' recording career began with the release of what has become a very collectable LP issued on All Platinum's subsidiary label Astroscope. Her seductive powerful sound caught the attention of Norman Connors and Roberta Flack who were both keen to work with...

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The Fantastic Four

The Fantastic Four

Lovers of Detroit soul have long rhapsodised about The Fantastic Four, one of the Motor City's most admired vocal groups of the 60s and 70s.  They came to prominence at Ric Tic records, Motown's main rival in Detroit and before the Motown takeover, The Fantastic Four...

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Butch Leake (The Drifters)

Butch Leake (The Drifters)

Butch Leake joined The Drifters in 1970 and was an integral part of their finest hour.  Through the 1970s The Drifters produced hit after hit and became a household name.   Butch chooses the music for the show and tells us about plans for the forthcoming 40th...

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Mark Scott (The Miracles)

Mark Scott (The Miracles)

Motown's first supergroup, the Miracles were formed in 1955 and with Mark Scott now singing lead vocals continue to perform a mixture of their classics and their more contemporary music.     Hear Mark discuss his important contribution to The Miracles which...

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Sidney Barnes

Sidney Barnes

Singer / songwriter Sidney Barnes - Motown staff writer, solo artist, mentor, sculptor and thoroughly nice bloke recounts his career in music to Ady and John Everard   Follow the link below to hear Sidney's recollections   You can buy Sidney's merchandise...

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Nolan Porter

Nolan Porter

Nolan Porter is an American singer / songwriter who recorded 2 albums in the early 1970s.  His best known songs Keep On Keepin' On and If I Could Only Be Sure continue to pack dancefloors across the UK Nolan looks back on his career and talks about his exciting new...

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Rena Scott

Rena Scott

Growing up in Detroit Michigan, Rena Scott was recognized at a very early age for her singing ability in church. She performed her first talent show at age 13, and soon after, her first record “I Just Can't Forget That Boy”, was released as Little Rena Scott. She...

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Eddie Saunders (New Jersey Connection)

Eddie Saunders (New Jersey Connection)

The New Jersey Connection enjoyed a huge hit with modern soul dancefloor anthem 'Love Don't Come Easy'. Here, Eddie Saunders tells us about the intervening years, the unreleased material and exciting forthcoming releases including a new LP available soon Click the...

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Billy Brown (Moments / Ray Goodman & Brown)

Billy Brown (Moments / Ray Goodman & Brown)

US singer / songwriter from New Jersey, Billy Brown was a member of The Broadways, The Moments and Ray, Goodman & Brown, and was also a staff writer at Sylvia Robinson's All Platinum label.  Billy is currently back in the studio working on long awaited new...

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Teresa Woo-Murray of Between The Two

Teresa Woo-Murray of Between The Two

Teresa is a US keyboard player / songwriter who played for LA outfit 'Between The Two', who in 1978 recorded many tracks which remained unissued until earlier this year when Super Disco Edits put out 2 great sides.  Teresa recounts life on the west coast in the 70s...

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Jonny Benavidez

Jonny Benavidez

  US soul singer / songwriter born in Hawaii now residing on the US west coast, Jonny has just released 2 solo 45s on the Finnish Timmion label.  He cut his teeth for years in doo-wop groups and has sung backing harmonies for big names like Archie Bell and the...

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Larry Dixon

Larry Dixon

Larry Dixon's musical world started aged 15 with an audition at the old Chess recording company on Chicago's south side, gained by winning a radio contest at Chicago radio station W.V.O.N.  Along with his friend James Hilliard, their group The Explanations received a...

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Ruby Andrews

Ruby Andrews

Ruby Andrews is a singer / songwriter from Chicago who released 3 albums in the 1970s. Ruby headlined 2018's Northern Soul Survivors weekender at Skegness and now owns the iconic label Zodiac that launched her career. Clink the link below to hear the interview dated...

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El Willie (Nobody’s Children)

El Willie (Nobody’s Children)

William Travis aka El Willie is a former member of The Drifters and went on to choreograph and arrange for the Cornelius Brothers.  During the 1970s the Drifters' backing band recorded as Nobody's Children releasing the sought after single Shardaarp which has just...

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Jovan Benson

Jovan Benson

American soul singer / songwriter born in Chicago now residing in California. Jovan released his debut LP earlier in 2018 and has recently signed for UK label Six-Nine records as both a singer and staff writer. Click the link below to hear the interview from 7th May...

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Sharon McMahan

Sharon McMahan

An American soul singer/songwriter, Sharon McMahon began her career in Detroit Michigan writing her first songs aged just 12, turning professional at 13 years old. Ollie McLaughlin launched her song-writing career when he published and recorded her songs using artists...

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Randy Brown

Randy Brown

American soul/disco singer from Memphis Tennessee, talks about his career that started with the Newcomers with Stax, took him to New York's IX Chains label where he recorded as Randolph Brown and then onto LA with Casablanca for whom he released 5 solo LPs Click on...

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Ron Lewis (Mr Wonderful Production Band)

Ron Lewis (Mr Wonderful Production Band)

Lead singer of Mr Wonderful Production Band, Ron Lewis chats about his new release, a re-working of We Ain't Got No Money, and his exciting collaboration with Italy's Cannonball Records Click on the link below to hear the interview conducted on 9th April 2018  ...

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Howard Johnson

Howard Johnson

Howard Johnson - 80s solo artist and lead singer with 70s jazz-funk band Niteflyte, Howard chats about his life in music and his forthcoming LP     Click on the link below to hear the interview conducted on 19th March 2018   You can listen to and buy...

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Ken Knox (Chairmen Of The Board)

Ken Knox (Chairmen Of The Board)

With one of Soul Music's all-time great group names, the Chairmen of the Board has pleased music lovers for over 30 years. The group came out of the box strong in 1970 with the wonderful "Give Me Just A Little More Time," a classic early 70's radio smash highlighted...

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Barbara Roy

Barbara Roy

Solo artist / musician / singer / songwriter Barbara Roy (nee Gaskins) first release came in 1963 as half of Barbara And Brenda.  Following a short time as a session musician Barbara was asked to join NY outfit Ecstasy Passion & Pain as lead vocalist, guitarist...

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Condido Live

Condido Live

Condido Live ! -  - former singer with Detoit band Suade and member of the touring Motown Experience discusses his beginnings and his exciting new work with Newcastle based Six Nine Records Click the link below to hear the interview conducted on July 2nd 2018  ...

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