Soul Train veteran and Attack of the Boogie host Andrew Kitchen celebrates the reissue of his dance show’s 1984 theme song.
The Year of Chicago Music has had less music in it than anybody anticipated, but we still have plenty to celebrate.
Chicago funk superhero Captain Sky releases his first album in 40 years—and this time his mission includes mentoring Black teenagers on the south side.
Black Monument Ensemble founder Damon Locks still feels the ripples from Soul Train 50 years after its Chicago premiere.
Even after it moved to LA, Chicago kept its own version running daily for nearly a decade.
Mr. Lee & the Rearrangers Band are credited on what Roctober‘s Jake Austen calls “perhaps the most bizarre 45 in Chicago history.”
With Medium Cool, Haskell Wexler had more on his mind than just the Democratic Convention.
During Soul Week, let’s remember that soul music is still alive and well
James Brown plays the daylights out of a Soul Train performance
Don Cornelius started out on a black news show on Chicago’s WCIU
Don Cornelius, creator of Soul Train, is dead at 75
A local architect makes a jigsaw puzzle out of the gerrymandered ward map
Meet Dancin’ Man, who’s shared stages with James Brown and the Jackson Five
Soul Train, French fare, hipster poetry, and more.
Soul Train creator Don Cornelius charged with spousal battery in LA.