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Luther Vandross
12/08/2016 at 15:05. Facebook
Thirty years ago today, ‘Never Too Much’ and ‘Give Me The Reason’ were certified Platinum by the RIAA Gold & Platinum Awards Program--Luther’s third and fourth Platinum awards!
Luther Vandross
12/06/2016 at 15:06. Facebook
Luther earned a posthumous Gold award from the RIAA Gold & Platinum Awards Program on this day in 2005, with the double-disc ‘The Essential Luther Vandross.’ Who has this one in their CD collection?

The Essential Luther Vandross

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Luther Vandross
12/04/2016 at 15:05. Facebook
Luther appeared on ‘The Dick Cavett Show’ on this day in 1975, assisting David Bowie with backing vocals on “Young Americans.”
Luther Vandross
12/03/2016 at 20:05. Facebook
‘I Know’ was certified Gold by the RIAA Gold & Platinum Awards Program on this day in 1998. What’s your favorite track from this album?

I Know

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On this day in 1989, “Here and Now” became Luther’s fifth No. 1 single on the Billboard R&B charts. Where does it rank on your all-time love songs list?

Luther Vandross - Here and Now

In 1985, Luther Vandross released his greatest hits album, 'The Best of Luther Vandross... The Best of Love', from it came the release of the single, 'Here a...

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Luther was all smiles on this cover of Ebony, which hit newsstands in December 1991.
‘Give Me the Reason’ became Luther’s fifth straight No. 1 album on the Billboard R&B chart 30 years ago today! What’s your favorite track from this LP?

Give Me The Reason

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On this day in 1983, ‘Forever, For Always, For Love’ earned Luther his second Gold record from the RIAA Gold & Platinum Awards Program!

Forever, For Always, For Love

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‘Any Love’: Luther’s sixth album, and his sixth Billboard R&B album chart-topper on this day in 1988!

Any Love

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‘Songs’ was certified Platinum by the RIAA Gold & Platinum Awards Program on this day in 1994! It would ultimately go double platinum, the 10th of Luther’s 11 straight platinum or multiplatinum records.

Songs

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Luther and Dionne Warwick asked “How Many Times Can We Say Goodbye” in 1983, and on this day of that year it peaked at No. 4 on Billboard’s Adult Contemporary chart! It was the first of seven Top 10 singles on that chart for Luther.

Dionne Warwick, Luther Vandross - How Many Times Can We Say Goodbye

In 1983, Luther Vandross released (as a single) his duet with Dionne Warwick - watch the official music for 'How Many Times Can We Say Goodbye' now. Watch mo...

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'Dance with My Father’ earned Luther his 20th Gold award from the RIAA Gold & Platinum Awards Program on this day in 2004! What’s your favorite song from this album?

Dance With My Father

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Luther took home the American Music Awards for Favorite Soul/R&B Male Artist on this night in 2003. It was his seventh and final win in that category across three decades--more than any other artist.

Luther Vandeross wins Favorite Soul/R&B Male Award - 31st Annual AMA 2003

Luther Vandeross wins Favorite Soul/R&B Male Award at the American Music Awards in 2003.

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Luther was Jet’s cover star 30 years ago this month! Do you still have your copy?
On this day in 1981, ‘Never Too Much’ became the first of eight Luther Vandross albums (seven of them consecutive) to reach the top of the Billboard albums chart.

Never Too Much

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Luther performed a sold-out show at New York’s Radio City Music Hall on this night in 1982! Were you there?
In the ‘70s, it was common to find Luther in a recording studio, but on this day in 1969, he made his debut TV appearance singing on an episode of a new children’s television program: ‘Sesame Street.’
“Don’t Want to Be a Fool” hit its peak of No. 4 on the Billboard R&B singles chart on this day in 1991! Watch Luther perform it live on the 1992 Soul Train Awards:
Luther co-wrote and produced “Who Do You Love” for Whitney Houston, released on this day in 1990 on her third album, ‘I’m Your Baby Tonight.’
The classic combination of Luther and a signature Sam Cooke song took “Bad Boy/Having a Party” to No. 3 on Billboard R&B singles chart on this day in 1983! It was his third Top 5 song on the chart.