Barbara Acklin wrote some massive hits and scored one of her own in ’68
Mel & Tim went to Muscle Shoals to record their 1972 hit
It takes a strong piece of music to overcome sub-par song lyrics. We’re looking at you, America.
Digging for Gold is turning forty! That’s forty great installments, which is ten more than thirty!
Ken Shane reflects on the first birthday of his weekly Soul Serenade column and gifts another classic soul megamix to our readers.
The Chi-Lites got together in the late ’50s, but they didn’t have their first huge hit until they released the unforgettable “Have You Seen Her” in 1971.
Gene Chandler scored a career-defining hit with “Duke of Earl” in 1962. Topping it wasn’t easy, but he found success again in 1964 with “Just Be True.”
Which musician lost a huge role in Terminator 2? Which one was accosted by fat hookers? Which one likes to wear really tight underwear? You’ll find these answers and more in Jason Hare’s latest CHART ATTACK!