The Isley Brothers; are a musical group originally from Cincinnati, Ohio formed by brothers O'Kelly "Kelly" (vocals), Rudolph "Rudy" (vocals) and Ronald "Ronnie" Isley (lead vocals). The group has been cited as having enjoyed one of the "longest, most influential, and most diverse careers in the pantheon of popular music."

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Elisabeth Welch (1904-2003) the American singer who introduced the “Charleston” on Broadway before becoming a superstar in England, photographed by Carl Van Vechten on January 19, 1933. She was the first singer to popularize the classic Cole Porter tune, “Love for Sale” and it would become a signature song in her career. She also introduced “Stormy Weather” to British audiences and would be so beloved there, she remained for the rest of her life. Photo: Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Libr...

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Tina Turner and husband

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Janet

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Never mattered to me how he changed his visage....he will always be my hero and major crush <3

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With the perfect hourglass figure, backless dresses and silver tinted hair, jazz singer Joyce Bryant became known as “The Bronze Blonde Bombshell.”

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The Whitman Sisters “Royalty of Negro Vaudeville” “So completely has evidence of the Whitman Sisters disappeared that it’s almost as if someone had deliberately cut them out of the pages of show business history. Yet for forty years from the late 1890s to the late 1930s, the Whitman Sisters shows were the biggest, fastest, flashiest shows in black vaudeville. Their annual touring show became an incubator for talent—especially dancers."

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Can listening to music be healthy for you? Read and find out.

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LaVern Baker (1960) // The first Black artist to file a legal grievance against white artists who produced pop covers of her hits. Most of the 'white' popular music was stolen from the African Americans and produced to cater to whites. The original artists couldn't do a thing about it.

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NOBODY READS ANYMORE: VOLUME 2

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Johnny Mathis...Love the duet "Too Much Too Little Too Late" that he sang w/Deniece Williams.

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Florence + the Machine - Howl, my favorite Flo!! ❤

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Music

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