George Clinton is a seminal figure in the development of funk music, but his long and storied career has so, so many turns. Watch Full Episode Below: Continue reading George Clinton – Unsung Full Episode
The Sylvers were one of the great family acts of the 1970s. They were nine strong and extremely talented, and won over millions of fans with songs like “High School Dance” and “Boogie Fever.” But like many of the family acts they also had their share of heartaches. Watch Full Episode Below: Continue reading The Sylvers – Unsung Full Episode
Full Force was a true force in the 1980s, working with many stars ranging from Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam to James Brown to the Backstreet Boys. And they get the full treatment on this week’s episode of “Unsung” on TV One. We think it is one of the best episodes of this great series. Watch Full Episode Below: Continue reading Full Force – Unsung Full Episode
One of the premiere funk bands of the 70s and 80s, ConFunkShun developed a huge following with a string of memorable funky cuts and slow jams that are still receiving airplay twenty-plus years after they were originally released. Watch Full Episode Below: Continue reading Confunkshun – Unsung Full Episode
While never achieving supergroup status, Atlantic Starr was one of the most consistently successful – and underrated – soul bands of the 80s, with a basketful of memorable songs that still sound good today. Watch Full Episode Below: Continue reading Atlantic Starr – Unsung Full Episode
Kool Moe Dee on TV One’s Unsung Watch Full Episode Below: Continue reading Kool Moe Dee – Unsung Full Episode
She was a child star who was signed to a major label at the age of 12, and enjoyed a top ten hit a year later. Stacy Lattisaw was a charming teenager with the voice of a singer far beyond her years. She seemed to be living a dream, opening for and befriending Michael Jackson, and sharing songs and romance with another teenaged talent, Johnny Gill. But after a decade long career that produced thirteen albums and nearly two dozen charted singles like “Let Me Be Your Angel” and “Love on a Two-Way Street”, Stacy abruptly turned her back on … Continue reading Stacy Lattisaw’s Unsung to Premiere This Monday, April 12 [PREVIEW CLIPS INSIDE]
BET, TV One Plan Extensive Inauguration Coverage By DAVID BAUDER, AP Television Writer David Bauder, Ap Television Writer Sun Dec 28, 6:24 pm ET NEW YORK – BET and TV One, the television networks aimed primarily at a black audience, haven’t paid much attention to presidential inaugurations before. This time will be different. Both are planning extensive coverage for Jan. 20, when Barack Obama is sworn in as the nation’s 44th president. While it will be followed as a news event, network executives said the installation of the first black president will be as much a celebration as a story. … Continue reading RENE SYLER: To Host BET Inauguration Coverage!