luther vandross

It’s hard to believe we lost Luther Vandross nearly sixteen years ago. Luckily, the iconic singer left fans with a long list of records to enjoy, and many of his biggest songs are still hitting major milestones years later. Earlier this week, on what would have been his 70th birthday (April 20), Vandross received four […]

Black Music Month originated in 1979. Jimmy Carter proclaimed the month of June as Black Music Month to celebrate the wonderful music, the  achievements, births, important timelines, events and to remember those we lost.

There’s an old saying, “the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree,” and this rings so true, especially when we talk about great singers. Most often in a biography, you will see a singer’s roots bloomed in church. The part that is usually left out is that a lot of great singers also started their […]

Tonight We Celebrate The Memory Of Luther Vandross  at 9p for one full hour in The Quiet Storm With Kym Sellers!! In the world of contemporary music, there are just a handful of superstars whose first name alone brings instant recognition. Check Aretha, Whitney, Mariah, Diana and Dionne. But when it comes to male vocalists, […]

This Saturday, Luther Vandross would have been 62 years old and we are celebrating is birthday by opening up the Luther musical library and playing…

In celebration of what would have been Luther Vandross’ 60th birthday, we invite you to listen to the Songza Luther Vandross Radio station! Be sure to leave a comment to let us know your favorite Luther Vandross songs as well as any other songs or artists that you think were inspired by him, and we […]

Karen Vaughn keeps the party going after the TJMS during your workday. Listen Weekdays for a BONUS on the JOB with Karen’s Bonus track. Then, if you need to hear it again. Log on to watch and listen. Enjoy!

Cleveland Classic History…Did You Know The Real Hit Maker? Karen Anne Carpenter (March 2, 1950 – February 4, 1983) was an American singer and drummer. She and her brother, Richard, formed the 1970s duo The Carpenters. She was a drummer of considerable skill, but it is for her vocal performances that she is best remembered.

Although Luther Vandross was an accomplished songwriter who penned songs for himself and artists like Aretha Franklin, he was also loved for his ability to reinterpret songs that we all knew and loved.

Tonights Cleveland Classic Concert at 11p on The Quiet Storm with Kym Sellers feature HOT “Remakes”…