Al Green

Love And R&B With John Monds is on your radio starting at 7pm-12am with guest host Teresa Marie. The weekend is nearly done and we’re ready to help you start your week with a night of good R&B and grown folk conversation. The #SMCS is still going strong and tonight’s featured artist is the one […]

Black Music Month originated in 1979. Jimmy Carter proclaimed the month of June as Black Music Month to celebrate the wonderful music, the  achievements, births, important timelines, events and to remember those we lost.

You know how we do it around this time of the week (it’s a CELEBRATION)! The Wednesday Night Mini Concert is our way of celebrating the most important milestone of the week, #HumpDay! While we’re counting down until the weekend, we also like to acknowledge the birthdays of singing legends who have made an impact […]

Black Music Month originated in 1979. Jimmy Carter proclaimed the month of June as Black Music Month to celebrate the wonderful music, the achievements, births,…

A little music history: Back when records were still the primary way people heard music, you needed people who could go to the radio station…

  Music legend Rev. Al Green is a 2014 Kennedy Center Honor recipient.  He received the honor on Sunday, December 7th, but the gala will be…

Join KISS – FM & the Quiet Storm as we wish the legendary Al Green a Happy 67th birthday on Saturday, April 13th, 2013. Al Green, the name, the voice, the music, all unforgettable. An Arkansas native, Green started in Grand Rapids, Michigan in a group called The Creations. He later went solo, hooking up […]

President Barack Obama impressed many supporters with his soulful version of Al Green‘s “Let’s Stay Together,” and it is now available for download on his campaign website. President Obama crooned a few bars of the soulful classic during a fundraiser at Harlem’s Apollo Theatre, Thursday. “Those guys thought I wouldn’t do it,” Obama said to […]

NEW YORK-President Barack Obama briefly broke into song at the world famous Apollo theater in Harlem during a fund raiser. While speaking to the crowd, Obama acknowledged legendary soul singer the Reverend Al Green, who performed before Obama spoke. After Obama sang the first part of Green’s “Lets Stay Together,” “I’m so in love with […]

WASHINGTON — There are probably a lot of people walking the earth who were conceived to it — and now Al Green’s song “Let’s Stay Together” is getting another bit of recognition. It’s among the 25 songs that will be added this year to the National Recording Registry of the Library of Congress. The library […]