Drummer/vocalist and Philly native James ‘Biscuit’ Rouse shares the “In Between Times” for his latest single
The role of keeping time behind the drums can transform a song into a rapid fire funky jam or a smooth reggae ballad. James ‘Biscuit’ Rouse grew up in one of music’s hot beds in Philadelphia, the city that has housed The Roots, Boyz II Men and Bilal.
In a continuing series of a emotional journey well traveled, Tracy Cruz presents her second EP in the series, Art of Facts
What happens when a multi award winning California Bay Area vocalist who has opened for Pete Escovedo and Bilal and a Grammy nominated producer connect to form a striking collaboration?
Powerful urban diva Meli’sa Morgan returns with her first full-length offering in over a decade with Love Demands
From the artist who launched her career in brilliant style with Prince’s “Do Me Baby,” Meli’sa Morgan impressed the R&B community by reaching number one on the R&B charts while remaining in that position for almost half a year.
Yet another blast from the past, R&B/Disco ensemble Change comes back with some favorites and plenty of new tracks, including their new single, “Hit or Miss”
If those who have tracked the career of the brilliant soulman, Luther Vandross, his breakthrough performance was as the featured lead vocalist for The Glow of Love, by the European based band, Change.
SOLAR Records and Founder Dick Griffey Honored by L.A. City Council for its 40th Anniversary
by A. Scott Galloway
The second order of business at the Los Angeles City Council meeting on Tuesday, June 19, 2018, was a commemoration of the 40th Anniversary of SOLAR Records and its founder, Dick Griffey, in conjunction with June being Black Music Month.