On this anniversary of the day that Luther passed away, we stop to remember all the wonderful things that he contributed during his brief time with us — the music and laughter, his unparalleled gifts as a singer, songwriter and producer, and his love for family, friends and fans. In that spirit, here is Luther’s live performance of “Always and Forever.”
Today we celebrate the 10th anniversary of Luther Vandross’ “Dance With My Father” with your help! You graciously submitted hundreds of photos to honor, celebrate, and commemorate Luther’s legacy with us and we thank you! Watch the video below and SHARE it with your loved ones:
While we couldn’t fit all of your photos into this video, we’d like to honor some additional images that you submitted that were not included in the clip. Please click to view at larger size:
We’re introducing a new Video of the Month series in honor of the one-and-only Luther Vandross! Ten years ago this week, Luther released the album Dance With My Father, one of his most successful and critically acclaimed recordings. The single “Dance With My Father” would win Grammy Awards for Song of the Year and Best Male R&B Vocal Performance in 2004. Luther dedicated this song to his late father, and the music video features personal photos as well as many of his friends who contributed to it. We welcome you to submit your Father’s Day photos to us for a chance to be included in a special video montage to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of Dance With My Father. All you have to do is send us a Facebook message and upload a photo of you and your father. Deadline to submit your photo is June 12th.
This past Saturday marked what would have been the 62nd birthday of American R&B and soul singer-songwriter, the late Luther Vandross. HuffPost Live celebrated Luther’s life and legacy by speaking with some of his friends and associates, including Fonzi Thornton, Marcus Miller, Valerie Simpson, Irene Cara and more. Watch the video below!
We’re celebrating the legacy of Luther Vandross! Today would have been Luther’s 62nd birthday, and we’re inviting you to share your thoughts and memories of one of the greatest vocalists of all time! What do you love most about Luther? His amazing voice, his songwriting and work as a producer, his endearing personality, his incredible live performances? We love all of the above! What made him So Amazing for you? Please share your thoughts in the comments below or at Luther’s official Facebook page today. And if you want some extra inspiration, listen to Luther’s new Birthday Playlist on Spotify and be sure to share it and celebrate Luther with your friends! Happy Birthday, Luther! We miss you!
With the NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Championship game tonight, it’s almost time for another Luther Vandross “One Shining Moment!” Luther recorded his version of this now-classic song in 2003, and it’s played at the end of the championship game featuring a montage of March Madness highlights.
USA Today as taken a look back at the past 10 years of “One Shining Moment,” so sit back and enjoy listening to some Luther! Tonight’s game will air on CBS-TV and can be streamed at NCAA.com’s March Madness Live website.
Celebrate the Holidays with a new SongPop Challenge featuring a selection of Classic Christmas songs from Luther Vandross and more. Play your Friends and Family now: http://bit.ly/Xmasp
Watch Luther Vandross and friends in this video for “This Is Christmas”:
Check out this unofficial remix of Luther Vandross’ “You Really Started Something” by Ken Carpenter! The original version of the song is included on Luther’s “Hidden Gems.”