- star nayea. López, Estela Reyes // Native Peoples Magazine;May/Jun2003, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p38
The article features Native American musician Star Nayea. Star is characterized as having a melodic, soul-and-blues-infused rhythm. Her powerful singing voice have accompanies artists including Robert Mirabal, Robbie Robertson and the Walela band. In 2001, Star launched her first solo music...
- Tracy Nelson, Irma Routen and the Earthettes. // Austin Music Scene: 1965-1994: Through the Lens of Burton Wilson;2001, p38
The article features blues singer Tracy Nelson. Before her association with the Mother Earth band, Nelson already has a background in folk, blues and country music. She recorded an album of traditional blues and spirituals in the mid-sixties. After Mother Earth disbanded, she still remained a...
- BLUES SINGERS. // Ebony;Aug1950, Vol. 5 Issue 10, p35
The article focuses on the popularity of blues singers in African American night clubs as of 1950.
- Blues with an Altitude. Ceaser, Mike // Americas;Jul/Aug2001, Vol. 53 Issue 4, p3
Features Bolivian blues musician and singer Pedro Parodi. How he was introduced to blues music; Inheritance from musicologist Gillermo Orce Remis; Radio shows he hosted.
- Kourtney Heart. Lafont, Aaron // Offbeat;Apr2011, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p60
The article profiles rhythm and blues (R&B) singer Kourtney Heart from New Orleans, Louisiana.
- FYI. // Gay & Lesbian Times;8/14/2003, Issue 816, p28
Reports on the performance of Afro-American blues singer, Alberta Hunter at the White House during the tenure of former U.S. President Jimmy Carter.
- Shemekia Copeland Connects People to the Blues. Shepard, T. Brooks // American Visions;Jun/Jul99, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p42
Features Shemekia Copeland, an Afro-American blues singer. Songs included in her album `Turn the Heat Up'; Comments from Copeland; Perceptions of Afro-Americans on blues music.
- 'I got to get away'. Phillips, Ivory // Jackson Advocate;2/12/2015, Vol. 77 Issue 19, p4A
The article focuses on several rhythm and blues (R&B) African American singers in Mississippi who went their way outside the state to earn recognition and success of their music
- ROSCO GORDON. // Variety;7/29/2002, Vol. 387 Issue 10, p46
Pays tribute to Rosco Gordon, a blues singer, piano player and former member of the music performer Beale Streeters, who died on July 11, 2002. Cause of his death; His influence on rock n' roll and reggae music in the 1950s; Professional background.