Bobby Rush

Bobby Rush (born Emmett Ellis Jr. in Homer, Louisiana on November 10, 1933) is an American blues musician, composer, and singer. His style incorporates elements of blues, rap, and funk. In the early 1970s a song he wrote, “Chicken Heads”, released by Galaxy, which became his breakout record after being picked up from a small […]

Omar Cunningham

One of the more prominent independent Southern soul artists of the 2000s and 2010s, Omar Cunningham is a singer with a smooth yet strong voice, as well as an accomplished songwriter. The native of Gadsden, Alabama established his career with the group Daybreak and went on to work with the likes of Larry Blackmon and […]

Larry Dodson

R&B singer Larry Dodson was born in 1951, and started his first vocal group, called the Temprees, when he was eleven years old. The Temprees went on to sign with Stax Records and record several hit songs, but by then Dodson had left the band to sing with The Bar-Kays and recorded his first record […]

P2K Dadiddy

P2K Dadiddy hails from Shreveport, LA. His Welcome To The Boom Boom Room–is a revelation. The album isn’t just an interesting debut by an intriguing new singer/songwriter. It’s nothing less than a survey of contemporary southern soul music, its themes, sounds and stars. The previously unknown P2K, aka Keith Taylor, exudes the authority of a dude […]

Big Robb

Cincinnati R&B man Bigg Robb is a whirling dervish of an artist who appears to be going all the time.  He is an arranger, producer, writer, rapper, singer, studio engineer and record label owner. Beginning as a DJ at the age of 11, Robb came to the attention of funk legends Bootsy Collins and Roger […]

Tucka

Hailing from Louisiana, Tucka is an R&B singer who began his career in 2007, when he sang lead with Keith Frank & the Soileau Zydeco Band. Tucka released his debut album Love Rehab in 2009 with songs such as MySpace Love and Sex on My Mind. He then released Forever King and then another album called […]