- Feb 11, 2011
More than 200 authentic artifacts and memorabilia representing many facets of African American culture, including items from the slavery era; stage outfits of prominent entertainers such as Luther Vandross, Jimi Hendrix and Bootsy Collins, and notable items from innovators and visionaries such as Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X, have been included in "America I Am," a traveling museum exhibit currently running through May 1st at the National Geographic Museum in Washington, D.C., and moving to other locations later this year.
- Feb 8, 2011
The Black Ensemble Theater is producing a new play called All In Love Is Fair, featuring the music of Luther Vandross as well as songs made popular by Brook Benton, James Ingram, Gladys Knight and Roberta Flack. The play will run at the ensemble's theater in Chicago from March 12th to May 8th. The show tells a story of how the people that live in a fictitious multi-cultural town of Love, Illinois, move in and out of love.
- Dec 22, 2010
Luther Vandross recorded with many famous friends during his career, and one of them was Darlene Love, with whom he sang "I Listen To The Bells" on the album "This Is Christmas." You can get into the holiday spirit by listening to the song below!
LutherVandross.com also congratulates the incomparable Ms. Love on her upcoming induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame! She also will be appearing on the "Late Show With David Letterman" for her annual Christmas performance this Thursday, December 23rd. Happy holidays to you and yours!
- Dec 22, 2010
With just three days left until Christmas, ASCAP (the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers) today reported that Luther Vandross' recording of "Every Year, Every Christmas" was one of 2010's most-played holiday songs on Urban radio! The song ranked at #5 on ASCAP's list, based on airplay tracked from October 1st through December 19th this year. The song, released on Luther's album "This Is Christmas," was played 3,294 times. Read more at ASCAP.com.