Kyshona on 50 Years of 'Rags To Rufus' - The Bluegrass Situation

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May 21, 2024
The Bluegrass Situation
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50 years ago this month, Rufus released what would become a seminal album in American roots music, soul, and funk, Rags To Rufus, which featured Chaka Khan. To mark the 50th anniversary of this iconic recording, singer-songwriter Kyshona ponders the personal meanings of the project and how it relates to her own brand.

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