Rhythm & Blues Music Hall of Fame

Rhythm & Blues Music Hall of Fame will ask President Obama and the White House for support to build a permanent museum

19 december 2015|Categories: Blues Bites|Tags: , , |

The Official Rhythm & Blues Music Hall of Fame Museum will be seeking support from President Obama and the White House to build this very much needed Hall of Fame Museum in the city of Detroit, Michigan. This is a museum that the world should support and get behind. Rock and Country music both have museum's to tell the history of its legends. The first concept first came about in 1968 by comedian Bill Cosby, then in 2003 with music mogul Kenny Gamble. The Comedy King of Basketball LaMont "ShowBoat" Robinson of the Harlem Clowns comedy basketball team has been on the quest to make sure this project happens.

Rhythm & Blues Music Hall of Fame 3rd Induction Ceremony Was A Hit In Detroit

9 oktober 2015|Categories: Nieuws|Tags: , |

The 3rd annual 2015 Rhythm & Blues Music Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony in Detroit, MI was a major hit this past weekend at the Charles H. Wright Museum to a sold-out packed house on hand were legends from Motown Duke Fakir of the Four Tops, Martha Reeves, of the Vandals Dennis Edwards of the Temptations, actor/singer Melba Moore. Aretha Franklin was inducted and received The Greatest Vocalist of the 20 Century Award.

The Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin lead the 2nd induction ceremony for Rhythm & Blues Music Hall of Fame 2015

15 juni 2015|Categories: Blues Bites|Tags: , |

On October 4, in the city of Detroit, Michigan, the Official Rhythm & Blues Music Hall of Fame will host the 2nd induction ceremony. Leading the way to the motor city is the Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin others to be inducted are Jerry Butler, Chuck Jackson, Donnie Simpson, Melba, Moore, Ray Charles, Martha Reeves, Tony Clarke, Janie Bradford, Jimmy Ruffin, Spyder Turner, Hank Ballard & the Midnighters, The Miracles, The Fabulous Peps, The Spinners.

2015 RHYTHM & BLUES MUSIC HALL OF FAME INDUCTION CEREMONY

13 juni 2015|Categories: Blues Bites|Tags: |

The night stared with a stellar tribute to the King of the Blues B.B. King. Then the fans saw 14 inductees get inducted into the Official Rhythm & Blues Music Hall of Fame from the likes of Little Richard, Al Bell of Stax Records, Millie Jackson, Muddy Waters, Jazzi Anderson, The Bar-Kays, The Mad Lads, Dorothy Moore, Ike Turner, Denise LaSalle, Bobby Rush, WDIA, and Elvis Presley along with a letter from CEO Jack Saden of Graceland.