Little Richard was the Georgia peach that introduced Rock-n-Roll to the world. His stage name might start with little, but nothing there was little about his sound and the impact he had on the culture.
Oakwood University is a Seventh-day Adventist HBCU where Little Richard studied theology in the 1950s.
When They See Us director, Ava DuVernay was one of those people with fond memories of the late musician who passed away due to bone cancer on Saturday (May.9).
Little Richard's Gender-bending, High Energy, flamboyant style would leave a lasting impact on Music and Pop Culture
We hope he gets well soon. According USA Today, Little Richard says he had a heart attack last week, but credits God with pulling him through. Speaking with Cee Lo Green Sunday in Atlanta, the rock ‘n’ roll pioneer told an audience of about 150 people that a tour bus with a hospital bed in […]
Via GlobalGoodGroup.com: Little Richard shows us he’s not too old to get the crowd hype by performing at the “A Capital Fourth 2011″ put on by PBS. So far the online community has only given positive reviews and favors the legendary performer’s performance (that’s a tongue twister) tonight. In my personal opinion the younger generation […]
jump — 1. to spring free from the ground, to move suddenly or involuntarily. 2. a form of R&B music that places emphasis on strong rhythm, exciting solo work especially by saxophones, and vocals in a shout-blues manner. R & B (rhythm & blues) – a kind of music developed by African-Americans that combines blues […]