This episode of the Jheri Curl Chronicles focuses on songs that share a title but are completely different otherwise. You'll hear music from DeBarge, The Human League, Jody Watley, Luther Vandross, Ray Parker Jr., and many more!
The Jheri Curl Chronicles radio show makes its debut with two hours of uplifting, celebratory jams. Put your post-election stress aside (temporarily) and sink into some feel-good tunes from the '80s: the heyday of urban contemporary music.
The latest episode of the Jheri Curl Chronicles radio show pays tribute to two titans of '80s soul that left us in the fall of 2016: songwriter/producer Rod Temperton and singer/producer/instrumentalist Kashif Saleem. Hits and key cuts are included from both artists' massive catalogs.
The Jheri Curl Chronicles radio show delivers some of the best Motown jams of the '80s-featuring songs by Diana Ross, Stevie Wonder, The Commodores, DeBarge, Rick James and more.
The Jheri Curl Chronicles pays tribute to the great Prince Rogers Nelson by celebrating the music he made in the '80s. In addition to tracks by Prince himself, there is a selection of covers, songs he wrote and produced for others, and tracks by proteges like The Time, Vanity 6 and Sheila E.
Rick James and Luther Vandross were two of the most prolific and talented singers, songwriters, and musicians of the '80s. The latest Jheri Curl Chronicles radio show pays tribute with 2 hours of music featuring hits, songs by proteges and from side projects, productions, and some rare goodies.
The Jheri Curl Chronicles radio show pays tribute to blue-eyed soul of the '80s, playing hits by Hall & Oates, George Michael & Wham!, The Human League, Teena Marie, Michael McDonald and many, many more.
This episode of the Jheri Curl Chronicles radio show pays tribute to the many musicians that passed away in 2016. Features songs by Prince, David Bowie, George Michael, A Tribe Called Quest, Vanity, Maurice White, Colonel Abrams and more.
The latest Jheri Curl Chronicles radio show celebrates musical families of the '80s. The Jacksons, The DeBarges, The Isleys, and more than a few surprises.