Women Songwriters’ Hall of Fame (WSHOF), founded to honor women whose body of work represents the best of the heritage and legacy of modern American music.
Valerie Simpson, one half of the beloved and legendary songwriter/producers and performers Ashford & Simpson, will join the National Jazz Museum in Harlem Co-Artistic Director Christian McBride for a live Continue Reading →
Multi-GRAMMY®-nominated vocal trailblazer Ryan Shaw will appear in a special Livestream performance session, Ashford & Simpson’s Virtual Open Mic at the Sugar Bar.
Nick Ashford spent his first few months in New York City homeless and sleeping on park benches. When he met Bronx native Valerie Simpson singing and playing piano in the Continue Reading →
By Robert Walker The music definition for the word, Sangin’ is used to identify a singer who sings really well.
It’s no surprise that Superstar Diana Ross is a Harlem fave since she performed “I Wanna Know What Love Is,” at the Apollo Theater in Harlem, 1971.
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