NY1 has celebrated Black Music Month with profiles of prominent soul musicians, and the fifth and final part of Dean Meminger's series "Soul's Survivors" profiled Harlem native and R&B singing sensation Freddie Jackson.
7/1/2012 - By: Dean Meminger
Little Jimmy's lack of recognition in the music industry frustrated him at times but it does not take away from his legacy and influence on other artists.
6/23/2012 - By: Dean Meminger
Chaka Khan has been hitting the high notes for more than four decades.
Recently, she's been back in the headlines for her activism and her drastic weight loss.
6/16/2012 - By: Dean Meminger
A Bronx native who, for over 40 years, compromised one of the most successful singer/songwriter teams of their generation is now going at it alone.
6/9/2012 - By: Dean Meminger
Soul legend Little Anthony is a Brooklyn singer with a distinctive voice that's unforgettable. As part of "Little Anthony and the Imperials," he performed a string of hits in the 1950s and 1960s.
6/2/2012 - By: Dean Meminger
As NY1 continues its celebration of Black Music Month, funk master Bootsy Collins took time before a New York City concert to talk about his long, funky career with NY1's Dean Meminger.
6/26/2011 - By: Dean Meminger
As a salute to Black Music Month, NY1's Dean Meminger takes a look at the storied career of Motown artist Gladys Knight.
6/11/2011 - By: Dean Meminger
As a salute to Black Music Month, NY1's Dean Meminger takes a look at some of the industry's recording artists who enjoyed chart topping success, not unlike Charlie Wilson.
6/4/2011 - By: Dean Meminger