Listen to Hip Urban Soul On-Demand, the new R&B Soul music by artists added to the Sun Music Live rotation. You can “Buy What You Hear” from Apple Music Hip Urban Soul “Buy What You Hear” Summer 2022
Listen to That Jazz On-Demand, the new jazz music by artists added to the Sun Music Live rotation. You can “Buy What You Hear” from Apple Music That Jazz “Buy What You Hear” Summer 2022
The Temptations – Emperors of Soul The Temptations are the Gold Standard for male vocal groups across generations of popular music. From the energetic “Get Ready” to “Papa Was A Rolling Stone”, this band of Gentleman are an entertainment legacy on stage, film and Broadway. This season we honor the “Emperors of Soul”, the Temptin’ Temptations.
Luther Vandross Classics Sound of the Sun On-Demand this season features the music of Luther Vandross that made him the superstar vocalist we know. These songs are available to “Buy What You Hear” from Apple Music. Thanks to Craig Seymour for the inspiration through his book, Luther: The Life and Longing of Luther Vandross available from Amazon.com.
by Larry Watson Diana Ross is the closest America will ever get to royalty. She is a sturdy Black woman who was raised by God fearing parents. Her grandfather was a Baptist Minister in the deep South. People confuse the Diana Ross “personae” which she meticulously created with the authentic Black woman who as a single mother who… Read More »
By Ricardo Burke Born and raised in Americus, Georgia, Ray Greene came under the influence of soul-R&B-funk early in life as a result of his mother’s collection of 45 records. Ray’s father, who enjoyed the unadulterated grooves of Sam Cooke and the seamless harmonies of The Soul Stirrers, was himself a vocalist, performing gospel repertoire with The Sky… Read More »
This one-hour radio special is produced by The Prince Estate to celebrate the release of the new album, “Welcome 2 America.” For the first time, a complete unreleased album is being issued from Prince’s vault. Over the next hour, we’re going to go deep on “The Story of Welcome 2 America,” a political and poignant album that Prince… Read More »
By Ricardo Burke Pianist Kevin Harris states emphatically that his family shaped who he is. Born and raised in Lexington, Kentucky, he was surrounded by lots of great teachers in his family. His mom always had Motown on the record player: Stevie Wonder, The Four Tops, Gladys Knight and the Pips. His first instrument was the trumpet, which… Read More »