Angie Moon reviews the new Harlem Cultural Festival 1969 documentary Summer of Soul (...Or When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised).
The first blog post in a two part series on the music of Chicago from the 1930s to the 1970s. Everything from blues to jazz to R&B to soul to rock and roll can be found in Chicago!
It's hard to find music from the 50s on the radio. Why is that? Is it an under appreciated decade? What's so great about it? Angie Moon explores this topic.
An analysis of American and British chart toppers of the 60s, 70s, and 80s. How many songs were performed by black musicians?
Angie Moon writes about songs that she listened to in her childhood that may have sparked her classic rock obsession.
The final post in an expanded and refreshed deep dive series about black musicians of the 60s, 70s, and 80s. Includes rock, soul, R&B, funk, and more!
Angie Moon writes about black musicians of the 60s, 70s, and 80s. In this part: Nina Simone, Otis Redding, P-Funk, Phil Lynott, Ray Charles, Prince, The Ronettes, and more!
Angie Moon interviews Micah Motenko, singer-songwriter and keyboard player of Austin based R&B/soul band Motenko. Stream their songs "On Your Level" and "Silhouette" now!
Angie Moon interviews Georgia Crandon, a singer from Essex. Listen to her latest release, a cover of Elvis Presley's "If I Can Dream" - in support of Black Lives Matter.
In turbulent political times, we turn to music for comfort and for self-expression. Here are some timeless political classic rock lyrics that still apply to 2020.