Saturday, November 7th Oprah’s OWN network will take a look at more than six decades of music from the Isley Brothers.  Ronald Isley and Ernie Isley…

Ladies and gentlemen, the world-renown R&B and Soul singing group, the Isley Brothers, is coming to Houston!  You better believe they’ll be performing all the hits and number 1 singles!  This promises to be a night for the grown and sexy to remember for a lifetime!  See YOU there. Friday, June 19th, 2015 Arena Theatre, 7326 Southwest Freeway, […]

We’re singing Happy Birthday to legendary icon Ron Isley with a special musical tribute! What’s your favorite Ron Isley song? Can you remember where you were…

Kem has release a bonus track from his holiday album What Christmas Means.  The track called “Jesus” features Patti LaBelle and Ron Isley. Get a taste of the goodness of “Jesus” and take the poll to let us know what you think of the song.

Mr. Biggs, Ron Isley, has teamed up with Mr. Smooth, Kem, for “My Favorite Thing”.  This is Ron Isley’s new single from his album This Song Is For You, which was released earlier this summer.  

Attention ladies! Here is a little sample of what  you can expect August 16 at the Toyota Center when the Isley Brothers take the stage along with Kem, Frankie Beverly and Maze. Off Ron Isley ‘s second solo album Ron ‘This Song Is For You‘, which is now available,  “My Favorite Thing,” written and produced by […]

Mr. Bigs is back!!  Check out the new single from Ron Isley called “Dinner And A Movie”  Take the poll and let us know what you think!

R. Kelly and the legendary Ron Isley have collaborated on several hits, and “Green Light” is a song that was originally created by R. Kelly…

Ron Isley never gets old – figuratively speaking, that is. His music seems to blend right in with current trends with ease and even with his classic style, he gets the party going. 

Stars in the 1970s looked far out, from Funkadelic Parliament, Stevie Wonder and his Applejack to Ron Isley’s colorful jump suits. Take a look back at the decade that shaped many young artists to come. Times were wild and self expression reigned in this decade. But what do they look like now? Check it out: […] *When Ron Isley talks about the three years he spent in prison for tax evasion, there’s no bitterness or anger in his voice: At times, there almost seems to be a bit of nostalgia.