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DTB Remembers

Music of the past era by musicians that we salute and have made a mark within music history

DTB Remembers: Kashif Saleem (26/12/59 – 25/09/16)

Kashif

We Remember singer songwriter and producer Kashif Saleem who has sadly passed away aged 56. He is credited with introducing the synthesizer to the RnB genre. This multi-instrumentalist wrote and produced several classic iconic tracks ‘Stone Love’ ‘I just Gotta have you’ in 1983. Stone Love Lover turn me on ( I just got to have you) The talented and …

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#AmyFOREVER: SPELLBINDING!

“I’ve always sung I’ve always loved Jazz Amy Winehouse Four years after her untimely death, Amy Winehouse is remembered with Amy, a two-hour documentary which has arrived in British theatres, and will receive a U.S. release in the summer of 2015. The BAFTA award-winning director Asif Kapadia releases AMY to the world and tells the incredible story of six-time Grammy-winner …

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Celebrating the life of Michael Jackson

The King of POP August 29, 1958 – June 25 2009 “We remember and honor Michael’s optimistic passion in spreading universal messages of peace and love.” – MJ Estate “Michael Jackson was my musical God. He made me believe that all things are possible…” – @wyclef It is reported that Wikipedia, Twitter, and AOL’s Instant Messenger all crashed at 3:15PM …

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DTB Remembers: Errol Brown – “Hot Chocolate”

“The love I felt at each concert will stay in my heart forever. I wish you love peace and happiness in your lives.” Love You, Errol x Errol Brown, died of cancer aged 71, he was the lead singer of Hot Chocolate, the unique British Soul band known for the 1975 disco anthem ‘You Sexy Thing’ Errol Brown’s seductive voice …

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Celebrating Luther Vandross

Luther Vandross would have celebrated his birthday today, his music will never cease to bring wonderment and LOVE, the voice of this amazing vocalist fills our hearts and evokes so many memories. Having seen the man perform at Wembley Arena, he was ‘So Amazing! Luther sold out 10 nights as one of the first ever male artistes to have achieved …

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DTB Remembers: Percy Sledge “Soul Legend” (1940 – 2015)

“The Granddaddy to all of my songs, The Boss of all my songs. I have a great respect for that song” – Percy Sledge Percy Tyrone Sledge was born November 25th 1940 – in the town of Leighton Alabama, and sadly passed away on April 14th 2015. He died in his home East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana Tributes flooded in …

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