She suffered the stroke while watching the US election results.
Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings
Following a battle with pancreatic cancer.
The stomping, soulful, Daptone darlings Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings have announced their triumphant return to our shores and will be delighting Australian audiences with a nation-wide tour this September. Their latest studio record, Give The People What They Want, was initially slated for an August 2013 drop but was re-scheduled following Sharon Jones’
Daptone Records darlings Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings have returned with Give the People What They Want, their first studio album since 2010’s I Learned The Hard Way. It’s an album of soulful vocals, catchy riffs and a whole lot of funk, with a beating heart that is beautiful and genuine. Album opener Retreat!
While our readers and their families prepare their homes for the full-scale tactical assault of festive ornaments, seasonal dishes, slavishly-prepared meals, egregiously overpriced gifts, and the nauseating dancing of inebriated family members and their whiskey-fuelled bloviating, Music Feeds has been hard at work compiling a merry playlist of Yuletide merriment and cheer, just for you.
Soul wonders Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings have been forced to indefinitely postpone their upcoming tour and cancel their latest album release following frontwoman Jones’ diagnosis of stage-1 bile duct cancer. The vocalist behind hits like 100 Days, 100 Nights needs immediate surgery and will require a rather lengthy convalescence, as the procedure has been