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First Listen: Sherree Patrice doesn't need "The Approval of Men"

(October 16, 2018) There are singers who you may not hear from often enough - but from whom wish that the new music flowed in an abundance. Sherree Patrice is one such gifted songstress. Honor and excitement hit me all at once when I received an invite to preview her long awaited single, “The Approval of Men.”  

"Songcraft" podcast celebrates 100th episode with Lamont Dozier feature

LOS ANGELES, Calif. — Songcraft: Spotlight on Songwriters will launch its milestone 100th episode on October 16, 2018, featuring a wide-ranging conversation with Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee Lamont Dozier.

First Listen: Keith Sweat Throws a “Boomerang” To Fans

(October 14, 2018) From the outset of his breakout in the late 1980s with memorable jams like the trendsetting new-jack swinger “I Want Her” and the sultry groove of “Don’t Stop Your Love,” Keith Sweat established himself as a distinctive vocal stylist, if not the most powerful singer on the block. His run of both lovelorn ballads and carnal uptempo tracks throughout the ‘90s—from “Why Me Baby” and “Twisted” to “Make You Sweat” and “How Do You Like It”—cemented a fan base that has remained loyal through his more recent gigs as a producer and quiet-storm DJ.

Moved by the Music: An Interview with Meli'sa Morgan

Meli’sa Morgan shares even more about her life then and now, in this compelling and heartfelt interview on Moved By The Music, with Desirae L. Benson

(October 2018) Multitalented and multidimensional is the best way to describe someone like Meli’sa Morgan, and artist with a compelling presence and magnifying voice. I had the chance to delve a little bit deeper into the life of the stunning songstress, and what I found was incredibly inspiring.

First Look: Mariah Carey gives classic visual and sound on "With You"

(October 11, 2018) Mariah Carey has had the kind of career -- with wild ups and downs -- that should be the subject of a four hour mini-series. But, despite those extreme highs and lows, or maybe because of them, she remains a compelling star, more than a quarter century after she first won us over with "Vision of Love."

First Listen: Greek Artist Brings Soul to “Life”

(October 11, 2018) Greek guitarist Vassilis "Blue" Sotiriou grew up on jazz artists like Kenny Burrell and Stanley Turrentine. And that love led him to a life as a popular musician and radio personality in his native country.

He worked with many European greats over the years, but always pined to create his own music. He accomplished that five years ago with Reach The Skies. He is now returning with a new album that should definitely appeal to adult soul lovers.

Live Performance of the Week: Louis York shines on “Things I Should’ve Said” Live

October 10, 2018 — The soulful duo Louis York are back at it again, this time releasing “twins” — a digital single and accompanying video — of their recent live performance in Nashville of “Things I Should’ve Said.”  

Both lay bare what makes these two a formidable combination: Chuck Harmony’s keystrokes perfectly cushion Claude Kelly’s textured, effortless vocals, while their supporting musicians  add just the right accents. Enjoy.

By Robb Patryk

First Listen: Carvin Winans hits it solo style on “Once In A Lifetime”

(October 9, 2018) Since the early eighties, the multi-award winning Winans family in all their collectives - quartet, duo and solo – have clearly impacted the urban and pop music landscape.  Carvin Winans and three of his brothers formed The Winans, who redefined the sound of gospel quartets. Carvin’s gifted songwriting skills were also in demand from soul superstars, including Peabo Bryson and Regina Belle, the latter of whom hit #1 with Carvin's "Make It Like It Was." 

First Listen: Raja-Nee knows what she doesn't want

(October 8, 2018) Raja-Nee first came to the attention of R&B listeners in 1994 with an album for super-producers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis’s Perspective Records. Scoring a pair of radio hits with the catchy “Turn It Up” (produced by the duo and featured on the soundtrack of A Low Down Dirty Shame) and “Walking Away with It,” fans were left wanting for more when the label folded and the stylish vocalist seemed to drop out of sight.