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Getting ready for the future

Christmas is fast approaching, and I suspect that most people are busy preparing for Christmas and New Year weekends ahead. I just wanted to write a few lines and wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year and share some thoughts about the future. I am getting […]

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LJ Waiters: Following His Dreams

Sometimes the road to musical stardom is fraught with adventure, some joy, some pain, some success and many disappointments. Talent oftentimes gets kicked around by a business filled with profiteers, unsavory promoters, greedy record producers and music companies with nefarious business practices. Those who come to the business with a […]

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At the Crossroads by Bill Curtis

Where are we now? From what I see we are at the cross roads. Which path do you want to take? Like more of us, you have tried them all and none of them really worked as a real benefit for created artist especially for the musicians. They have created […]

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The House Weeks coming in June!

Stay tuned for the House Weeks coming in June here on Soulinterviews.com. Exclusive interviews with Josh Milan (formerly of Blaze), Byron Stingily (founding member of Ten City), Miguel Migs, The Godfather of Deep House  Larry Heard, aka Mr Fingers, The Godfather of House Marshall Jefferson and finally The Godfather of Detroit Techno Juan Atkins. Enjoy!

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Hip Hop killed Rock Music by Bill Curtis

Hip Hop killed Rock music. I know a few of you out there won’t admit it, but it did; sale wise. The down fall started in 1998 with Rap, Hip Hop is a spinoff of Rap. Nine out of the top fifteen pop albums was Rap. Ten years ago the white […]

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An Elegy for Whitney Houston

I’m writing too many of these. News of Whitney’s death arrived on a February night when cold has gripped much of the East Coast. My brother – much more nimble a driver in the snow than I – chauffeured me to Whole Foods for groceries, and we pulled into the […]

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Don Cornelius: The Hippest Trip in America

I can vividly remember the Jackson 5 on Soul Train performing their latest and funkiest hit, “Dancing Machine” in 1974. The J5 in ’74 were still hip, fresh and new, and the envy of kids across America. Michael was fast becoming a force in the music world both as a […]

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We remember Mr Don Cornelius

Don Cornelius: Love, Peace and Soul By Deardra Shuler If we are given free will, then is it ours to judge why someone used their free will to take their life? Is it for us to judge another’s pain, whether physical, mental or emotional and determine what they must bear […]

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