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Published Date: 6/28/2014
Bobby Womack, the singer-songwriter behind dozens of hit songs, has died at 70. His music moved millions, including his fellow musicians who collaborated with him throughout his decades in the music industry. See how he is being remembered around the Internet.
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Published Date: 3/2/2014
In the 1960s Dusty Springfield helped bring the Motown sound to audiences in the U.K. She shot to the top of the charts with hits such as "Wishin' and Hopin'" and "You Don't Have to Say You Love Me" as part of the new wave of "blue-eyed soul" artists who popularized...
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Published Date: 2/22/2014
We're remembering Motown legends with a slideshow showcasing some of the most legendary pop music-makers of all time. Check out the photo gallery and click any photo for more Motown history.
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Published Date: 12/11/2013
Sam Cooke was one of the pioneers of soul music. Classic songs like "You Send Me" and "A Change is Gonna Come" helped popularize the emerging genre and led to his coronation as the King of Soul. Today we remember his remarkable life and the lives of other celebrities...
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Published Date: 10/18/2013
It must have been tough growing up around star power as bright as Dionne Warwick, Cissy Houston and Whitney Houston, but Dee Dee Warwick –– Dionne’s kid sister, Cissy’s niece and Whitney’s cousin –– could hold her own ...
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Published Date: 8/9/2013
Whether he was writing songs for others or performing other people's songs, Isaac Hayes was a musical legend...
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