The O’Jays’ farewell tour, Last Stop On The Love Train, will extend into 2023. The tour was originally scheduled to conclude Sept. 8. However, member Eddie Levert caught COVID-19 during tour rehearsals, which resulted in a few tour dates getting postponed. A rep for The O’Jays confirmed to Rated R&B that Levert, 80, is still recovering
Grammy-winning singer/songwriter Ne-Yo has released a video for his Zae France-assisted track “Layin’ Low.” In the Rook-directed video, Ne-Yo throws a mansion party in the hills of Los Angeles, California. In the grand backyard, France sits poolside as he smokes his blunt with his Red Solo Cup by his side. Some partygoers are seen doing
Flourishing in the smooth jazz friendly confines of Skytown Records, Swedish keyboard player Mattias Roos will release his latest project, ‘Cali Dreaming’ on September 12, 2022. Indeed with nine original compositions plus one carefully crafted cover ‘Cali Dreaming’ is everything one would expect from an artist who without a shadow of doubt is riding the
Brand new from guitarist and composer Lemek comes the ultra jazzy ‘Co-Motion’ that tips a hat to the jazz funk of the nineties and does so in the most rhythmic of ways. Available now on Trippin N Rhythm and all major streaming platforms this one is well worth a listen.
The latest single to be lifted from David Benoit’s current album ‘A Midnight Rendezvous ‘ is the warmly uplifting ‘Pioneer Town’. This star-studded collaboration with co-writer Jeff Lorber has a title that sheds light on the town in San Bernardino’s High Desert that was set up in 1946 as an 1880’s themed working movie set and
The European Union economy minister said the bloc was “well prepared” to resist efforts by Moscow to disrupt its energy supply.
These new efforts, which test the legal boundaries, have sprung up since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade and many states restricted abortion.
It’s Labor Day weekend, the perfect time to try — you guessed it — pickleball.
Research to update Canada’s drinking guideline has found that there are no health benefits, only dangers, from alcohol.
Rafael Mariano Grossi, the director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency, warned that increased fighting near the Russian-occupied nuclear plant could cause an accident.