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Barbara Brewster is the only founding member of Faith Lutheran Church still in the congregation, but she's rarely found in a pew on Sunday morning.
7 hrs ago | HipHopDx
During an interview on the Rickey Smiley Morning Show , Chicago rapper Common joined the likes of those who have compared his newly-released album, Nobody's Smiling to his 2005 LP, Be .
11 hrs ago | SFGate
Music icon Aretha Franklin stormed out of a fast food restaurant in Ontario, Canada, last week after a nasty encounter with a rude employee.
11 hrs ago | LA Daily News
Russell Thompkins, Jr., the voice of world-famous 1970s R&B group The Stylistics, has never stopped singing.
15 hrs ago | Lake Country Sun
Chadwick Boseman, who stars as James Brown in "Get On Up," a movie based on the life story of "the Godfather of Soul" is interviewed in Madison, Miss., prior to a screening of the film, Sunday, July 27, 2014.
15 hrs ago | Northern Michigan News
To become James Brown for the film "Get on Up," Boseman needed to rely on an entirely different skill set.
19 hrs ago | IcNetwork
The Corran Resort and Spa gets set to welcome Sister Sledge and The Real Thing to Laugharne this August, as part of its new series of outdoor concerts.
Singer James Brown performs as part of HM Tower of London Festival of Music's inaugural jazz and opera festival on July 4, 2006, in London.
After the resounding success of " What's Inside a Cricket Ball? " it is time for round two of this fascinating series - how are cricket bats made? In his play The Real Thing , the Czech-born English playwright Tom Stoppard, although actually referring to writing, said this about the cricket bat: This thing here, which looks like a wooden club, is ... (more)
Teer Dunn Pam Green and Trish Roach all of stockton enjoy the music and the sunshine at the Riverside Pic Keith Taylor MUSIC lovers were served up a treat over the weekend when a two-day music festival took over a North-East town.
The "King's sport" may be front and centre at this event, but taking one's eyes off the fashionable crowd, nattied up in three-piece suits and Gatsby-inspired dresses, to focus on the races can prove to be one of the more pleasurable challenges of the summer.
Aretha Franklin has some harsh words for a server who showed D-I-S-R-E-S-P-E-C-T by telling the Queen of Soul she wasn't allowed to eat her takeout inside the restaurant.
Famously, James Brown took the stage to a litany of nicknames: the Godfather of Soul! Soul Brother Number One! The Hardest Working Man in Show Business! But the best one of all might have been the one you've heard the least: Butane James.
It took producer Brian Grazer more than a dozen years – and an assist from Mick Jagger – to finally get on the good foot and make a biopic out of the turbulent, triumphant life of the Hardest Working Man in Show Business, music legend James Brown.
Even when the cameras weren't rolling, the cast and crew addressed him as "Mr. Brown" on the set - and it's easy to see why.
Mick Jagger celebrated his 71st birthday on July 26, enjoying a breather from The Stones' hugely successful 14 On Fire Tour and from promoting his James Brown biopic "Get on Up."
Singer James Brown performs with his band of musicians and dancers during a seaside concert in Beirut Sunday night, January 2, 2000.
Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 08:04 pm
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