- Entertainment·The Telegraph
Rudolph Isley, who has died aged 84, was a founder-member of the Isley Brothers, who started out in the 1950s on the black R’n’B circuit but went on to deliver pop, rock, funk and soul hits across the decades; though he mainly sang harmonies, he delivered lead vocals on several of their hits, including You Still Feel the Need, one of their funk classics.Thanks for your feedback!
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- Celebrity·The Root
Some artists are such an essential part of our lives, they feel like family. From celebrations to memorials, their music is the soundtrack to every major occasion. That’s how many of us feel about The Isley Brothers. On Thursday, we lost a member of that family when Rudolph Isley, one of the group’s founding members, died at the age of 84. According to Pitchfork, Rudolph’s attorney confirmed the news and provided a statement from the artist’s daughter.Thanks for your feedback!
Rudolph Isley was one of the founding members of The Isley Brothers and was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.Thanks for your feedback!
Rudolph Isley, singer, songwriter and founding member of the influential rhythm and blues band the Isley Brothers, whose hits included "Shout", "Fight the Power", and "That Lady", died on Wednesday at age 84 at his home in Chicago, the family said in a statement. Rudolph Isley, originally of Cincinnati, began a singing in church with his brothers Ronald, O'Kelly and younger brother Vernon, who died as a teenager in a traffic accident. Later members included brothers Marvin and Ernie and brotheThanks for your feedback!
- Celebrity·The Bergen Record
Rudolph "Rudy" Isley, co-founder of the Isley Brothers R&B dynasty, has died. The group had deep ties to Bergen County.Thanks for your feedback!
- Celebrity·United Press International
Gospel singer-turned pop music sensation-turned Christian minister Rudolph Isley, one of the founding members of the mega hit makers The Isley Brothers, is dead at 84.Thanks for your feedback!
- Celebrity·The AV Club
Rudolph Isley has died. As a founding member of the Isley Brothers, he co-wrote many of the band’s biggest hits and provided melodic backing vocals for three decades. Though a cause of death has not been released, TMZ confirmed that the singer died Wednesday at his home in Illinois. He was 84.Thanks for your feedback!
- Celebrity·Music Feeds
Rudolph Isley of The Isley Brothers has passed away peacefully in his sleep, at the age of 84. The Isley Brothers have been active since the 1950s, with Rudolph co-founding the group alongside his siblings, O’Kelly, Ronald and Vernon Isley. The family released a statement on Rudolph’s passing, as reported by Pitchfork. “Rudolph Isley, a […] The post The Isley Brothers’ Rudolph Isley Has Died at 84 appeared first on Music Feeds.Thanks for your feedback!
- Celebrity·CBS News
Rudolph Isley was an original member of the family musical group that consisted of him and his brothers O'Kelly "Kelly" Isley Jr. and Ronald Isley.Thanks for your feedback!