R&B has lost a legend. Bobby Womack, 70, has died, confirms a rep from his XL Recordings label to the Rolling Stones.
In an unlikely pairing, Bobby Womack’s soulful baritone voice and Lana Del Ray’s bluesy contralto vocal is a marriage of black and white of on “Dayglo Reflection.”
City Parks Foundation announces New York City’s largest free performing arts festival, the 2012 SummerStage. Starting in July through August, the concerts will feature performances from soul legend, Bobby Womack, J. Holiday, Eric Benet, Hezekiah Walker and Le’Andria Johnson.
It has been over a decade since Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Bobby Womack released a studio album. Continuing his legacy of trendsetting music, the music legend is ready to energize the hearts of the young and old with the release of the new single “Please Forgive My Heart.”
Legendary musician Bobby Womack has been diagnosed with colon cancer. The Rock and Roll Hall of fame inductee, who is responsible for timeless hits like “Lookin’ For a Love,” “That’s The Way I Feel About Cha,” and “If You Think You’re Lonely Now” was released from the hospital yesterday (Mar 29) after recovering from pneumonia.