Shot in their home studio in St. Louis, Missouri, the Isley Brothers delivered the classics on a Wednesday morning for NPR's 'Tiny Desk (Home)' series.
The friendly celebration slash battle between the musical giants only went left when The Isley Brothers performed songs recorded with the beleaguered R. Kelly.
The next Verzuz battle set for this Sunday, April 4 is going to be legendary with two of music's grooviest groups facing off with twenty of their greatest hits. Are you Team Isley Brothers or Team Earth, Wind & Fire? Take the quiz to find out.
The wait may finally be over. According to The New York Times, Frank Ocean‘s long-awaited album, Boys Don’t Cry, is set to be released this Friday, August 5. The news comes from a source who requested anonymity due to lack of sanction to discuss the album’s release. The album will drop via an exclusive deal with Apple Music […]
James Marshall Hendrix is one of the most prolific artists to have ever stepped foot on a stage. Between his stellar guitar skills and reckless…
jungle boogie (jungle –oft attrib to Hindi jangal + boogie – prob alter of bogle – goblin, object of fear) a 1974 hit by Kool & the Gang, frequently sampled by hip-hop artists, perhaps the funkiest piece of music ever recorded.
Marvin Isley, bass player for the legendary Isley Brothers, died June 6th from complications of diabetes at 56.