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World Premiere: Sal's Greenhouse delivers classic disco jam

(January 28, 2020) Sal's Greenhouse is new to us, but from what we've heard so far, we're going to become good friends. Led by singer Sally Green with some crackerjack musicians, the group has the feel of the East Coast disco sounds of the late 70s, with just a touch of rock.

Goodbye, Friend: Your Favorite Album has “Ghosted” on Spotify

Goodbye, Friend: Your Favorite Album has “Ghosted” on Spotify

World Premiere Video: Jo Harman finds your "Loving Arms"

(January 27, 2020) It seems that every time we hear talented UK singer Jo Harman, she is creating something even more special. We first heard her when she was providing a powerful duet with Motown legend Lamont Dozier, then on a great pairing with Michael McDonald and finally on a truly special live cover of the classic AWB ballad, “Cloudy.”

First Listen: Tatiana Scott finds clarity on "I Don't Choose You"

(January 26, 2020) You hear a lot of influences in the “IDCU (I Don’t Choose You),” the latest singer by Bridgeport, CT. born and New York City trained vocalist Tatiana Scott. There’s some folk, pop, soul, gospel and a bit of hip hop with her melodic flow near the song’s end.

Scott says the inability for anybody to pin a specific genre on her is intentional. “I just want my music to speak to the hearts of those who listen to it, I want them to be ok with their vulnerability no matter what they may be feeling at the time,” Scott says.

First Listen: J Brown takes us to the "Moon"

(January 25, 2020) Last year Detroit singer-songwriter J. Brown serenaded our ears with “Sunrise Sunset,” a sunny soulful track that catapulted into Billboard’s Adult R&B charts. And he’s been making strides ever since with the success of “Give It 2 U,” his second Billboard Top 20 single. Now currently touring with R&B singer Elle Varner and with his debut EP expected to be released at the top of the year (Jan 24), Brown drops yet another song of sunshine on our ears. 

New season of "Unsung" to feature Al Jarreau, Dru Hill, Betty Wright and more
(SILVER SPRING, MD) - TV One's longest-running and award-winning documentary series UNSUNG continues its stellar run with an all-new season premiering Sunday, February 23 at 10 P.M. ET/9C. The season kicks off with the popular 90s R&B group Dru Hill.  
The Temptations celebrate 60th Anniversary with major tour

By nearly any measure, they are the greatest R&B vocal group of all time. And now, The Temptations are celebrating their 60th anniversary with a big tour.

First Listen: Tower of Power makes the "Step Up" with new single

(January 24, 2020) Their landmark 50th anniversary album, 2018’s Soul Side of Town, not only maintained the reputation of legendary Bay Area band Tower of Power, it enhanced it, topping the Billboard charts and winning a SoulTracks Readers’ Choice Award for the act.

First Listen: Adina Howard returns as a "Mind Reader"

(January 23, 2020) The members of Reel People made themselves at home as longtime friends of the Soul Tracks’ family, developing an identity as both artists and international dancefloor geniuses.  Their keen ability to connect with popular and promising talent has further expanded their musical horizons.

First Listen: Avis Harrell has “The Blues” in strong live recording

We first heard about Avis Harrell a few years ago. A whirling dervish of an artist, Avis began writing music as part of the sister group from Washington DC called The Fawns. She went on to become Ms. America Washington D.C., and later became a background singer, most notably with Ray Charles and Wayne Newton. She continued writing her own music and began a solo career, releasing both a number of singles and albums.