"Once upon a time there were two brothers. One of them went to sea, and the other became Vice President of the United States. Neither of them was ever heard of again."That's an old vaudeville joke, and it always got a laugh. It was true enough.
This being "the most wonderful time of the year," Eight Forty-Eight got into the holiday spirit all hour long thanks to DJ Dustin Drase.Drase has been spinning records in Chicago for over 15 years, so he had some unique vinyl squirreled away in his collection.
When Oprah ended her talk show here in Chicago – another recognizable face stepped up. Rosie O’Donnell now does her daily talk show in Oprah’s studio in the West Loop--and is also living in the city. And so is some of her crew!
After years of commercial success on top of the soul charts, the preacher’s daughter returned to her religious roots.In January of 1972, Aretha Franklin—known as the Queen of Soul—got back to gospel.She put on a pair of concerts at the New Temple Missionary Baptist Church in Los Angeles.