Tag: Black Music

For centuries, black music, forged in bondage, has been the sound of complete artistic freedom. No wonder everybody is always stealing it. | The New York Times Magazine

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FacebookTwitterMailI’ve got a friend who’s an incurable Pandora guy, and one Saturday while we were making dinner, he found a station called Yacht Rock. “A tongue-in-cheek name for the breezy sounds of late ’70s/early ’80s soft rock” is Pandora’s definition, accompanied by an exhortation to “put on your Dockers, pull up a deck chair and relax.” With a single exception, […]
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Kem and Maze deliver fond and fitting farewell concert for Tom Joyner | The St. Louis American

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Kenya Vaughn Of The St. Louis American, The St. Louis American radio pioneer and syndicated morning show personality Tom Joyner sent shockwaves across the airwaves two years ago when he announced that he would be stepping down from his long-running syndicated morning show. “I’m putting in my two-year notice,” Joyner said on the show. “With the contract that I just […]
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