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First Listen: Sheree Brown "Ghosts" us with new single

(January 19, 2022) Last year, Sheree Brown made a welcome return to music with “Take a Walk with Love,” the lead single from her first new album in nearly a decade, Messages from the Spirit…The Collective. Now, Brown—who has written and performed on records for the likes of Patrice Rushen, Patti Austin, and the late Syreeta—revisits a fun and groovy uptempo cut from the album.

Luke James wows us on orchestral gem

(January 18, 2022) For a man with this much talent, Luke James should be more of a household name. The New Orleans native has been on the edge of stardom for a decade and a half. He's been nominated for a Grammy Award as an artist, and has written for Chris Brown, Justin Bieber and more, but maybe is best known to SoulTrackers for his wonderful portrayal of Johnny Gill in the TV biopic The New Edition Story.

World Premiere: Lance Ferguson jazzes up classic "Summer Madness"

(January 18, 2022) “Summer Madness” is a song that represents the diversity of soul and funk music. An instrumental by Kool and the Gang, “Summer Madness” was not handicapped by the fact that it had no vocals. These days, it would be rare for an instrumental to get play on radio stations that play R&B, pop or rock music. However, this was a regular occurrence in the 1970s when the “Summer Madness” shared the R&B airwaves with the songs like “Sun Goddess” and “Outta Space.”

Sandra-Mae Lux captures vibe of Patti Austin-Quincy Jones era

(January 17, 2022) Canadian-born Sandra-Mae Lux gained considerable notice in the UK during 2020 with the release of her debut album, Happily Ever Now, and the dreamy midtempo soul nugget, “I’m Still Here.” The singer/composer/multi-instrumentalist, who has a degree in Music in Jazz Studies, is starting out her next chapter with the warm and retro-coated slow groove, “You Me and Tomorrow.” Her distinctive vocal phrasing is at once comforting and sleekly stylish, lending just the right mixture of conviction and gentleness to the lyric’s quest for long-lasting romant

First Listen: Hil St. Soul finds her "Groove" again

(January 17, 2022) Over the past few years, longtime R&B favorite Hilary Mwelwa (aka Hil St Soul) and producer Regi Myrix have proved to be a potent combination. With hits “One Life” and “No Worries” (ft. Noel Gourdin), the production and singing team have found their way to the top of the soul music charts and reintroduced Mwelwa’s powerful vocals to new fans around the world.

First Listen: "Give Me The Night" takes a jazzy turn

(January 16, 2022) George Benson’s “Give Me The Night” was one of the most memorable R&B crossover singles of the early 80s, and is considered a Yacht Soul classic. It came in the middle of Benson’s Imperial Period, where everything he touched seemed to connect, and his collaboration with producer Quincy Jones and legendary songwriter Rod Temperton created a moment of absolute greatness.

J.D. Wesley and Ty Corbett know for whom "The Bell Tolls"

(January 15, 2022) “The Bell Tolls For You,” the new song by J.D. Wesley with a powerful video directed and edited by Tyrone Corbett, is a musical and visual reminder that all of us have a role to play in bringing about the world that we want to see.

R.I.P. founding Ohio Players drummer Greg Webster, Sr.

(January 15, 2022) Tonight we say a sad goodbye to Greg Webster, Sr., the incredible drummer who helped lead the early years of the legendary band The Ohio Players. He was 84. Webster was an integral part of the group's hit albums Pain and Pleasure, and wrote the 2001 biography of the band, The Early Years / The Ohio Players.

First Listen: Mamas Gun returns with tasty two-sided single

(January 14, 2022) If you’ve been a SoulTracker for awhile, you know that we are crazy mad for Mamas Gun. The UK-based quintet has been one of the most underrated acts of the last decade, consistently combining crisp songwriting – and a sense of humor – with their 70s pop/soul vibe.

We last heard from them three years ago on their excellent Golden Days album, and now they’re returning with a new disc, Cure The Jones, that arrives April 1, and a two-sided single today to give us a sneak peek.

Fred Parris, leader of The Five Satins, dies at 85

(January 14, 2022) The sad news was posted today on the Facebook page of the legendary doo wop group Fred Parris and the Five Satins:

Sadly the music world lost one of the greats yesterday as Fred Parris passed away after a brief illness.