Henry Stone Music

King Coleman Blasts Racism In Radio – BROADCASTING Magazine (1968)

BROADCASTING MAGAZINE, AUGUST 26, 1968 Carleton “King” Coleman, former disc jockey and now head of Platinum Records, shouted, “I detest this whole program,” and told the FCC official he had no business making such a speech to NATRA. “He should have made this talk to the station owners,” Mr. Coleman said. “We are announcers and […]

Miami’s First All R&B and Gospel Radio Station – Cash Box (1957)

  “…Edward Castleberry, program director of WMBM-Miami Beach, Fla., tells us WMBM is the only r&b and gospel music station that can be heard all over South Florida and even in countries such as the Bahamas. It is part of The Rounsaville chain of seven radio stations, six of which are r&b. WMBM’s Gospel and […]

Milton Butterball Smith “Keep Miami Cool” Campaign for Underprivileged Kids

milton butterball smith

Milton “Butterball” Smith was one of America’s 13 Original R&B DJ’s as noted by Jack The Rapper (Joseph Deighton Gibson Jr.) and worked on various radio stations in South Florida. His pioneering work in broadcast coincided with the careers of many famous people and he was influential nationally. Here is an article from Cash Box […]

Latimore Radio interview on the Right Track Soul Show UK

Benny Latimore and Henry Stone, Grove Isle, 2013

On Sunday, May 26, 2013, Latimore was interviewed on Harry’s & Diana’s The Right Track Soul Show on 94.4 fm, Salford City Radio in the United Kingdom. He talks about the very beginnings of how he got into the music business to how he met Henry Stone in the 1960s, right up to today with […]