The Isley Brothers
Text “93concert” To 23845 For Your Chance To Win A Pair Of Tickets To The Cincy Soul Fest 2021! It’s Going Down Saturday, July 24th, At Sawyer Point & Yeatmans Cove In Cincinnati. Lineup Includes The Isley Brothers, Ari Lennox & SWV. Wait … There’s More! Winner Will ALSO Receive Hotel Accommodations in Cincinnati For […]
Go ahead Mr. Bigg’s, you are still contagious. Ron Isley should write a book on how to maintain longevity in the music business because the original Isley Brother hailing from Cincinnati, Ohio at the age of 79 dropped a viral new look during Easter Sunday’s Verzuz battle against the elements, Earth Wind and Fire with […]
Earth, Wind and Fire Verzuz The Isley Brothers reminded us on Easter that their music gave the world devotion that delivered us from the fruits of evil in one of the most epic Verzuz battle of date al dressed in their Easter Sunday best. Last nights Verzuz reminded me of the time I took my […]
Verzuz has come a long way since last March at the beginning of the pandemic when we had Teddy Riley Verzuz Babyface, Erykah Badu Verzuz Jill Scott and Patti LaBelle Verzuz Gladys Knight. This weekend Verzuz dropped a who’s got next that will have old schoolers on lock with the announcement of the legendary […]
Tonights Cleveland Classic Concert Features The Legendary Isley Brothers… At 11p with Kym Sellers In The Quiet Storm
Jazz in the Gardens Day 2…we turned it up! I hosted the Media Tent and interviewed Brandford Marsalis, Sy Smith, Musiq Soulchild and my favorite female group….EnVogue.
The Isley Brothers (pronounced /ˈaɪzliː/; IZE-lee) are a successful and long-running American group consisting of different line-ups of six brothers, and a brother-in-law, Chris Jasper. The founding and central members were O’Kelly Isley, Jr., Rudolph Isley and Ronald Isley. Their music has developed from 1950’s R&B, through Motown soul to 1970’s funk, and they have […]
jungle boogie (jungle –oft attrib to Hindi jangal + boogie – prob alter of bogle – goblin, object of fear) a 1974 hit by Kool & the Gang, frequently sampled by hip-hop artists, perhaps the funkiest piece of music ever recorded.