Soul music legend Solomon Burke dies

Soul music legend Solomon Burke dies
The Grammy-winning singer-songwriter and hall of fame inductee, whose huge voice and emotive tenor influenced a generation of rock, R&B and pop singers, died of natural causes at an Amsterdam airport. Solomon Burke, a pioneering singer-songwriter of so-called sweet soul music whose powerful ballads in the 1960s were a major influence on a generation of rock, R&B and pop vocalists, has died. He …
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Ruth Gerson: Singing Lessons: The Truth About What Motivates Us To Sing, Play and Hear Music
Performance is a two way street. What I bring to a show as a listener is as important as what the performer brings. There are three components to a song: the music, the performer and the listener.
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Akron church holds hate crimes vigil
First Grace Chuch in Akron held its 14th annual hate crimes vigil Monday evening. This year’s theme is “Healing the Legacy of Hate.”
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Soul king Solomon Burke dead

Soul king Solomon Burke dead
AMSTERDAM — Solomon Burke was born to the sound of music in an upstairs room of a Philadelphia church and went on to become one of the greatest soul singers of the 1960s, renowned as among music’s premier vocalists. Yet his popularity never matched that of those he influenced, contemporaries including James Brown and Marvin Gaye, a reality he accepted with grace and some frustration, colleagues …
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Chris K Music fall recital held
MATTOON – Music students of Chris K Music performed in the Fall 2010 recital on Oct. 3 at First Baptist Church in Mattoon. Chris K Music’s fall recital featured several returning and new musicians from the Chris K Music Studio and St. John’s Lutheran School.
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Florida Congregation Thinks Outside the Box With First-Ever Live Church Channel on Roku
A pioneering church that has brought live worship to mobile devices including the iPhone and to Facebook’s 500 million users is thinking outside the box once again with the first-ever live church channel on the Roku set-top device.
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