Sharon Jones

Grammys 2017

Oh Buddy, Sturgill Simpson

He performed "All Around You" with The Dap Kings' horn section in an excellent Grammys performance.
Alex Robert Ross
New music

Watch the Heartwarming Claymation Video for Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings' "Please Come Home for Christmas" and Hug Everyone You Love

The first posthumous release from the late soul great.
Noisey Staff
Noisey News

Soul Great Sharon Jones Is Dead at 60

The powerhouse vocalist and leader of the Dap-Kings died Friday following a heroic battle with pancreatic cancer.
Andrea Domanick
we saw this

Montreal Jazzfest Was a Musical Buffet and We Consumed All of It

Lauryn Hill, Bilal, Kamasi Washington, and more played the fest's 37th edition.
Sharonne Cohen

'Living on Soul: The Family Daptone' Aims to Be a Concert Film Dream Come True

Director Jeff Broadway and Daptone co-founder Gabe Roth break down the film, which features performances from Sharon Jones, Charles Bradley, Antibalas, and more.
Jessica Lipsky

I’ll Just Find a Way to Open My Heart and Keep Going Forward: A Conversation with Charles Bradley

The 67-year-old soul singer reflects on life with his new album 'Changes' and outlines a vision for more soul music with morals.
Jessica Lipsky
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings Brought Holiday Soul to 'The Late Show' with "Silent Night" & "8 Days of Hanukkah"

The soul troubadours did two numbers from their new album 'It's a Holiday Soul Party'
Craig Jenkins

Saun & Starr Step Out from Behind Sharon Jones, and Will Bowl You Over With "Big Wheel"

Check out the new video from the Daptone pair, from their debut LP due in May.
Noisey Staff
Almost Art... With Brandon Soderberg

Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings' Plainspoken Cancer Catharsis, “Stranger To My Happiness”

It's a deceptively modest performance clip, full of sensitive hand-held camera work and intuitive no-frills editing.
VICE Staff

Sharon Jones: Child No More

The soul singer opens up about her struggle with cancer, and thinking she was going to die.
Eric Sundermann