Lee Daniels is Directing a New Documentary on the Apollo Theater
And Daniels and Apollo Theater president Jonelle Procope are asking the public to submit historical materials for inclusion in the project.
'80s Icon Terence Trent D’Arby: Music Biz 'Doesn't Like Too Many Black Faces Around At One Time'
The ’80s RnB-rock star now goes by the name “Sananda Maitreya” and releases experimental music independent of the racist industry he says tried to ruin his career. Check out excerpts from his scintillating interview with The New Statesman.
#TBT: Listen To Jimi Hendrix's Final Studio Recording, 'Slow Blues'
The slow burner, recorded on this date in 1970 (if you believe that version of history), was the guitar legend’s last documented studio recording.
Rachel Kaadzi Ghanash Revisits Jimi Hendrix's Electric Lady Studios
“The only people admitted are those who have come to make music–the artists and their retinues.”
Andre 3000 Talks Jimi Hendrix on Letterman
The rapper/actor admitted to doubting himself during filming.
André 3000's Jimi Hendrix Film Won't Feature Guitarist's Original Songs
Michael Jackson, James Brown, Jimi Hendrix to Get Postage Stamps
And Dora the Explorer, too.
Andre 3000's Jimi Hendrix Biopic to Premiere at SXSW
If you’re not already excited about the film, check out this interview.
Watch Rare Video on What Would Have Been Jimi Hendrix's 71st Birthday
Here’s some rare color footage of Hendrix performing his hit song “Hey Joe” back in 1967.
Here's a Photo of Andre 3000 in the New Jimi Hendrix Biopic