Since 1971, "Soul Train" has been the "American Bandstand" of the African-American community. Even today, "Soul Train" continues to be the showcase of urban artists and their chart-topping singles. The program also continues to be the place for beautiful dancers and their dance moves, though the dance and the dancers' attire are a bit more risque due to the changing times.
Tim Traylor <Sundown305@yahoo.com>
Did You Know?
In 2016, BET Networks, a division of Viacom, bought the rights to Soul Train. The final 13 seasons had been taped at Viacom-owned Paramount Studios. See more
Referenced in Sanford: The Benefit