Etta James Celebrated R&B Singer Dies At 73

Etta James Celebrated R&B Singer Dies At 73: Etta James, a Grammy award winning singer whose powerful renditions of I’d rather go blind, tell Mama and something’s got a hold on me” is a widely admired music lecturer love and pain and a great rhythm and blues singers with the mainstream following the first, one in Riverside died in a hospital Friday they were 73.

Her manager, De Leon, her husband and son of Lupe, but died from complications of leukemia with, told the associated press.

Ms. James with his interpretations of pop Jazz inflected in the 1960s attracted a wide following. most of them, especially her singing her 1961 string-supported version big band era pop standard ‘ last ‘, frequently heard on film and television soundtracks.

The Bonnie Raitt who called him R & B, blues and pop singing the bridge between From Janis Joplin to later generations of singers … affected by. Ray Charles-like Etta Gospel, r & b and soul music is a way of gutbucket raw passion that very few people ever have crossed over into the mainstream is brought in.”

He made more than 40 albums and 1994 Grammy best jazz vocal performance for “mystery Lady: songs of Billie Holiday.” he also experimented with rock music and opening act for the rolling stones since the 1970s and 1980s. Continue Reading…

President Obama Sings Al Green’s song Let’s Stay Together

President Obama Sings Al Green’s song Let’s Stay Together: Here we are with a brand new article from the category “some politicians would do just about anything to get popular”. This time President Obama was in the center of attention when he sang Al Green’s song: “Let’s Stay Together,” says the Associated Press. The event took place at a New York fundraiser which was held at Manhattan’s Apollo Theater on Thursday night.The President was supposed to deliver a speech in honor of the event when he unexpectedly veered from his prepared remarks to thank Green for having warmed the crowd. As if simply naming the classic was not enough, Obama wanted to make sure the public was aware of his appreciation for Al Green, so he started crooning the famous song, “Let’s stay Together”. Continue Reading…