Stars of soul and rhythm & blues: top recording artists and showstopping performers, from Memphis and Motown to now
The newest volume in the Billboard Hitmakers series features profiles of the most influential artists in black music. It is the ultimate encyclopedia of the singers, writers, and bandleaders who were at the forefront of this universally popular musical movement. 100 photos.
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