Apollo Theater

The stars were out in full force for the 10th annual Apollo Theater Spring Gala in New York’s Harlem community. The event, hosted by Extra TV…

Constructed in 1934, The Apollo Theater has been the launching pad for musical legends like Ella Fitzgerald, Stevie Wonder and Micheal Jackson. Eight decades later,…

Think you have the talent to become the next biggest songwriter? The legendary Apollo Theater, who has started the careers of many notables such as…

As we previously reported, during a fundraising stop at Harlem’s historic Apollo Theater, President Barack Obama wowed the crowd with a brief rendition of Al Green’s classic, “Let’s Stay Together.” The legendary soul singer and reverend, who was in the audience, told TMZ that the Commander-In-Chief was “terrific” and “he nailed it.” What do you […]

During a visit to the legendary Apollo Theater in Harlem yesterday,President Barack Obama showed the audience a talent many may not be aware of: he can sing! The President spoke right after Al Green sang, but before he started his speech he sang a little bit of Green’s classic “Let’s Stay Together!” Check it out: […]

The Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin, and the King of Pop, Michael Jackson, were inducted into the Apollo Legends Hall of Fame at the Apollo Theater's 2010 Spring Benefit, a star-studded affair dubbed "Evening of Legends." "Michael was the King, the true King of Pop," said actor-comedian Chris Tucker.

Alicia Keys put on a star studded show last night at New York City’s legendary Apollo Theater. The show, billed as “Alicia Keys & Friends” was broadcast live on Billboard.com. Check out the video, featuring guests Raheem Devaughn, Marsha Ambrosius, Melanie Fiona, and Kenny Muhammad.

As news of Percy E. Sutton’s death spread on Sunday in Harlem, the sadness spanned generations and city blocks, from Sutton’s home on 135th Street to the doorstep of the Apollo, that cultural heart of Harlem that Sutton jolted to life.