Teddy Pendergrass, former lead singer of Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes was involved in a serious car accident today (March 18, 1982). Teddy Pendergrass was driving his new Rolls-Royce Silver Spirit through the treacherous curves of Lincoln Drive, when
Grammy Award winning songwriter Linda Creed was born today (December 6, 1948) in the Mount Airy section of Philadelphia. Creed was a 20-year-old French Jew and an aspiring poet/songwriter who got the bug to be in the industry after seeing
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Soul singer Archie Bell of Archie Bell and The Drells were the #1 group in the country today (May 27, 1968), with their classic single “Tighten Up.” Unfortunately, Archie Bell had been drafted to serve in the Vietnam war this
CBS International Records announced the launch of Philadelphia International Records in the United Kingdom and Europe today (November 3, 1973). The President of CBS International at the time was Walter Yetnikoff, who was one of the industry’s brightest minds. Yetnikoff