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Join us for a deep dive into the music and stories of your favorite Soul and R&B artists. David Nathan, noted soul music historian, joins host Bethany Dawson every other week to chat about the lives of the people who made the music that continues to move our souls.

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Reverse founder David Nathan is joined this week by powerhouse producer and songwriter Preston Glass to discuss his work with the legendary Maurice White and Earth, Wind & Fire. They’re joined by Jeff Jeff Vasishta, ‘Variety’ magazine contributor for a lively discussion about Maurice’s work and global impact on the world of music.Visit us at My Classic Soul on Facebook -
Host Bethany Dawson welcomes founder David Nathan and A&R Specialist Darone Bowers as they chat about how David got his start in music journalism, the many artists he's interviewed and how Soul Music has evolved over the decades.
All things Anita Baker

All things Anita Baker

2020-04-2454:36 founder David Nathan and A&R man Darone Bowers talk about all things Anita Baker and her classic album RAPTURE.
Join founder David Nathan as he interviews the original Funky Divas - En Vogue! They discuss their entire career and their plans to celebrate the 30th anniversary of their debut BORN TO SING.
Kathy Sledge joins founder David Nathan discuss her nearly 50 years in the music business, working with Nile Rodgers and CHIC and what Sister Sledge are up to in 2020.
Host Bethany Dawson and Soul Music historian David Nathan talk Soul Food - not only the history of our favorite dishes but fun stories of soul musicians and their favorite eats
Host Bethany Dawson is joined by David Nathan to talk "baby makin' music!"
Host Bethany Dawson is joined by founder David Nathan for a deep dive into Roberta Flack's debut album, First Take and the special 50th anniversary edition.
Soul Music historian David Nathan joins host Bethany Dawson on a deep dive into this classic Aretha Franklin album.
January marks the 52nd anniversary of Otis Redding’s seminal hit “(Sittin’ On) The Dock of The Bay”. What was it like when Otis Redding burst upon the scene in the mid-60s? Join us as Soul Music archivist David Nathan tells us the impact Otis had on the music scene and how he continues to inspire us more than 50 years later.
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