Soul Music

Soul Music

Top three R&B and Soul musicians

There have been many R&B and Soul musicians over the history of this music genre. We are lucky to have so many talented artists produce soul music for our entertainment.

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James Brown

James Brown is known by many as the “Godfather of Soul,” although one of his primary influences was actually on the creation of funk music. His songs are unique, often

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Sam Cooke

Sam Cooke is one of the original soul singers of America, beginning his career in 1951 and remaining active until his death in 1964. He had a number of major

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The Temptations

            The Temptations were one of the most notable singing groups to come out of Motown in the 1960s and 1970s, with voices as harmonic

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The Four Tops

            When people think of Motown and the myriad of popular musical groups that were coming out of Detroit during the 1960s, many names may

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Simon and Garfunkel

            Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel since 1957, although a great deal of their mainstream success was garnered in the 1960s. Their first song to

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Parliament and Funkadelic

            Parliament and Funkadelic is difficult to define. While Parliament and Funkadelic are technically two separate groups performing funk, rock, and psychedelic soul music, they

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Nine Inch Nails

            Michael Trent Reznor was something of a musical prodigy in his younger years. He knew how to play the tuba, not to mention piano

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Joni Mitchell

            Not everyone has heard of Joni Mitchell, but to those who know her music she is generally a sensation. She began performing in the

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Elton John

             Elton John is as well-known for his style as he is for his rock music. Billy Joel once said that Elton John’s dressing room

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