That’s that fool at the 1:30 mark. Pumpin’ is all he know! Here it is the Soul Train line premiere episode of the 23rd Season of Soul Train. The Performers were Keith Washington,H-Town and Xscape.The guest host of this episode
Pop culture news you should know, including the new book chronicling Soul Train's history and an exciting movie sequel that's in the works. The post The Previews: ‘All That,’ ‘Soul Train,’ And Shazam appeared first on ThinkProgress.
Mr. George's new book, "The Hippest Trip in America," is a history of the landmark TV dance show.
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Matthew Weaver, a creator of the hit musical “Rock of Ages,” has acquired the theatrical rights for the rhythm and blues spectacle that made its 1970 television debut in Chicago.
“Soul Train” is ready to groove and hustle its way to Broadway.
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"Soul Train" is on track for Broadway, it was announced Wednesday.
New from PopCrunch: Oh Leo — it’s a good thing they aren’t bringing back Soul Train! Multi-lauded actor Leonardo DiCaprio has once again proven that no one’s great at everything by stinking up the festivities with some blush worthy dance moves at last weekend’s Coachella Arts and Music Festival. Show More Summary
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Stand-up comedienne Liza Dye is one lucky soul. After falling onto the New York subway tracks, getting struck by a train and having every limb remain intact, she shared details of the harrowing tale from her hospital bed. Of course,
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) Friend to the show Rosie Perez opens up about her tumultuous childhood in her revealing memoir “Handbook for an Unpredictable Life.” Then, Rosie tells Wendy about a fight she had with “Soul Train” host Don Cornelius and sets the
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Against the backdrop of belated examples of race-related “progress,” it is illuminating to flip through the pages of American cultural history and discover that almost a century ago, a black, classically trained modern artist, Archibald J. Show More Summary
I have a vivid memory of my first visit to Sing Sing Correctional Facility in upstate New York. Some young inmates were reading my book, The Soul of Politics, as part of a seminary program in the infamous prison, and they invited me to come discuss it with them. Show More Summary