Tonight, we will finish off our Summer Mini Concerts at 8 with Erykah, but it’s not the end.  Listen for the mini concerts in the upcoming Fall lineup.  Details coming, until then, here’s Ms. Badu with a little something to hold you till tonight at 8.

As the last week of the Summer Mini Concerts at 8 comes to it’s final week, we give you Janet Jackson tonight at 8.  Here’s a little something to hold you until then.

Summer ends this weekend, so, that leaves us only a few more mini concerts.  Tonight, It’s songwriter, producer, and artist, Curtis Mayfield at 8.  Check out this live performance from Curtis until tonight.

Summer rolls on for another week and the last few artists in our summer series are still coming.  Tonight it’s the man who could have been leader of The Time.  Ever wonder what that may have sounded?  This one might be close and unites Alex and Cherelle for the first time.

Tonight at 8, it’s the music of the Ohio Players.  Until then, we take you back to their appearance on a show called Midnight Express in the mid 70’s.  Check out the styles, hair and clothes.

Tonight, it’s the music of Levert and the solo music of Gerald.  Check out the fellas getting their dance moves on with Heavy D.   More tonight at 8 on Majic.

The music of Heatwave tonight at 8.

If you’re old school, you know that before they called him Uncle Charlie, Charlie Wilson was the lead vocalist for the Gap Band.  Tonight, it’s a sample of both.  Until then, check out a young Charlie with his brothers in the Gap Band.

While Labor Day marks the unofficial end to summer, I’m going by the calendar.  There are more hot days and artists to get to before fall arrives later this month.  Get ready for the S.O.S Band tonight.  Until then, check out this 1984 video.

Tonight I’ll wrap up my four day tribute to Michael.  He would have been 56 this Friday.  Tonight, we’ll wrap thing up with music from his last projects.  Michael made some incredible videos with some big stars.  Check out MJ’s b-ball skills, both of them on “Jam” which featured the late Heavy D.  More tonight […]

We’ve covered the music prior to Michael becoming a solo artist for the last two nights.  Get ready for  more Michael tonight as our celebration of his upcoming birthday continues.  Here’s one from his debut solo album “Off The Wall” to get you in the Michael mood.

All this week, we celebrate the life and music of Michael Jackson.  Last night it was the early years as the Jackson 5.  Tonight, the years after Motown without Jermaine.   Check out young Randy on the congas.