Ms. Lauryn Hill graced the Moody Theater stage for Austin City Limits Saturday night. Austin City Limits, the PBS program that local KLRU television station has produced since 1974, recorded Ms. Hill’s performance for broadcast on PBS stations around the U.S.
Celebrating 25 years in the smooth jazz industry, the release of his 20th CD and his upcoming show at One World Theatre, jazz master Kim Waters sat down with soulciti to talk about his recent relocation to Round Rock
Born in 1978, NY-based singer-songwriter José James was one of the young people whose introduction to Jazz came through hip hop. Undoubtedly rooted in both Jazz and Hip Hop, James’ unique sound and style continues to evolve with each album: Soul music 2.1.
Guinean Moustapha Bangoura trained for 22 years with Les Ballets Africains, the world’s first African dance company and the national dance ensemble of Guinea. He teaches more than 60 traditional dances and is an official cultural ambassador for his country.
In honor of Black Music Month, a celebration of African American Music every year in the month of June, soulciti had the privilege of speaking with Clear Channel’s President of Media and Entertainment for Austin, Pam McKay.
Jonathan ‘Chaka’ Mahone is a member of RIDERS AGAINST THE STORM. For this Artist-to-Artist Q&A, he gets down to the nitty gritty and up to spiritual heights with Bobby McFerrin, who Chaka dubs “a vocal alchemist.”
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