To all the wonderful mothers: https://FANDROSS.com/mama
Wishing Luther a very Happy Birthday: https://FANDROSS.com/happy-birthday/
From Luther’s 1976 self-titled debut album, Luther, comes this unsung yet beloved single “It’s Good For The Soul” and a cover version from FANDROSS 2019.
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Whether it’s April, May or anytime we can all agree we ”Don’t Want To Be A Fool”…
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In recognition of Women’s History Month, here are 3 Luther duets with 3 fabulous women: https://FANDROSS.com/3-divas/
Nat Adderley, Jr. – Musical Director and Producer “The Closer I Get to You” by Luther and Beyonce on how he never got to meet Queen B
People always think I met Beyonce and I never did because I gave them the track and the day they were going to record… they had a couple of evening sessions booked from 5-9pm… and at about 7 o’clock on the first night I called and said I was going to come in and Luther said “we’re done.” He said she was so great. “I have 5 fantastic tracks.”
Working from home got you bored?
Kids home from school (again!) getting you down?
Social distancing and virtual happy hours not your groove?
Stop whatever you’re doing and get footloose and funky with Luther’s Power of Love dance remix – a universal feel-good remedy.
Thirty-five years ago, Luther’s fourth album The Night I Fell In Love was released. What’s your favorite song from this album?
As we observe a powerful month of Black History, enjoy Luther’s performance of “A House is Not a Home” from the 1988 NAACP Image Awards.
The NAACP Image Awards celebrates outstanding achievements of people of color in the arts – television, music, literature, and film – and also honors individuals and groups who promote social justice through creative endeavors.
For almost seven minutes, Vandross performed “A House Is Not a Home.” And while I have no proof, no evidence, no advanced metrics to support the feeling that this is the greatest live performance of a song ever, I’m fairly confident about it. – Rembert Browne, Writer, on Luther’s Performance at the NAACP Image Awards
To learn more click here: https://FANDROSS.com/naacp/