Elvis Presley performs with the Blossoms featuring Darlene Love (far right) on his 1968 Comeback Special [x]
Levi Stubbs of the Four Tops backstage at Fairfields Halls Croydon, UK (1977). Photo: Frazer Ashford
The Four Tops perform “Reach Out I’ll Be There" on the Ed Sullivan Show on October 16, 1966.
Happy 87th Birthday to Mr. Harry Belafonte!
“My social and political interests are part of my career. I cannot separate them. My songs reflect the human condition. The role of art isn’t just to show life as it is, but to show life as it should be.”
“Because we’re three or four individual people, we like to express ourselves in a show. That’s why we don’t all wear the same clothes and dance the same. There is a tie in our show that is togetherness, but you still see the individual personalities onstage and in the singing."-Ruth Pointer of The Pointer Sisters
It was the fight that started a legend; when a young boxer, who would later become Muhammad Ali, upset a fearsome heavyweight champion
“In a time before YouTube, American Bandstand provided the original platform for viral dance crazes. That was made abundantly clear when a new artists by the name of Chubby Checker hit the stage and showed the world how to do The Twist (1959).”