Soul singer who's performed with Motown acts The Spinners and The Four Tops. He joined The Spinners after founding member Billy Henderson was voted out.
Cuban singer who is known for her soul and blues style of music. She is best recognized for having released the hit singles "When Love..." and "Real Woman" as well as the 2016 album Love and Honey.
Notable for his albums The Deepest Cellar and Coming Around, this British blues and soul singer began his rise to fame early in the second decade of the 21st century.
Known for such albums as Soul Shot, Strong Suspicion, and Clean Getaway, this soul, R&B, and blues vocalist and harmonica player was the 2010 recipient of a Soul Blues Artist of the Year award. He also performed for half a decade with the band of Grammy-winning blues musician <a title='Robert Cray' href='/famous/robert-cray.htm'>Robert Cray</a>.
Afro soul and jazz singer who competed on the reality competition show Idols SA in season 11, finishing in 4th place. He released a couple of his first original singles in 2016 called "Nandi" and "Amalobolo."
Singer known for his appearance on season one of The Voice: Australia, on which he finished runner-up. His album Happy Home, which was released after the show, went gold.
Soul singer from Barbados who made waves in his native country by signing a million dollar record deal with Universal Mowtown. His popular single, "She's Dangerous (Bang Bang)", was released in 2009.
Famous for his hit songs "Talk It Over" and "Bring It All Back," this blue-eyed soul singer and songwriter is also known for his successful albums Blind to Reason (1988) and Road to Freedom (1992). An instrumentalist as well as a vocalist, he became proficient on both the Hammond B3 organ and the piano.
Soul singer who released her album Sketches in May 2015. She has more than 30,000 followers on her timeagelencser Instagram account.
Soul singer who was the APCA Coffeehouse Artist of the Year his first year on the circuit. He competed in season 2 of the hit NBC show The Voice, receiving praise from all 4 coaches and gaining worldwide recognition. His EP My Turn was released in September 2013.
Swedish soul singer who has worked for the Hillsong Church. He won two Grammys for the song "10,000 Reasons (Bless the Lord)" in 2013.
Soul singer who was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame as a member of the popular vocal duo Sam & Dave along with <a title='Sam Moore' href='/famous/sam-moore.htm'>Sam Moore</a>. He and Moore were responsible for numerous soul classics, including "Hold On! I'm Comin'" and "Soul Man," and were widely considered one of the best live acts of their era.
Known for her hit single "Wake Up" off her debut album The Awakening, she is a singer-songwriter who delivers thought-provoking lyrics through her powerful vocals.
Nigerian soul singer/songwriter who is widely recognized for the single "Iwo Nikan." In 2015, the song won her the Best Vocal Performance (Female) award at the The Headies.
Award-winning soul singer best known for albums like I've Got My Own Hell to Raise and The Scene of the Crime.
Musician for the influential soul band The Miracles. He was a multiple-time BMI Award winner for songwriting.
Known best as the founder and frontman of the Los Angeles-based group Charles Wright & the Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band, this funk and soul singer and guitarist was responsible for hit songs such as "Till You Get Enough," "Express Yourself," and "Do Your Thing."
English singer who has won multiple awards including two BRIT Awards in 1994 and 1997, one for British Breakthrough and the other for Best British Female.
Top 8 finalist on the 5th season of NBC's reality competition series The Voice who became a full-time musician after competition ended.