Ramblin' Rhodes: 'Get On Up' puts James Brown back in the spotlight

...through this book. ...The author is Don Rhodes. He is the publications editor of...Welcome to the show, Mr. Don Rhodes.DON: Thank you, Al. It's great...weeks ago in Augusta, Ga.Tell me, Don Rhodes, you write his memoir here and you...

Things to Do | The Augusta Chronicle

...July 15, 2014 Monday, July 14, 2014 By Don Rhodes By Dennis Sodomka By Danielle Wong Moores By Keith Claussen By Don Rhodes By Don Rhodes By Doug Stutsman Wednesday, July 9, 2014...

James Brown | The Augusta Chronicle

...Thursday, July 24, 2014 By Don Rhodes | Wednesday, July 23, 2014 By...Mirshak | Monday, July 21, 2014 By Don Rhodes | Monday, July 21, 2014 By Jeffrey...Tuesday, July 15, 2014 By Don Rhodes | Tuesday, July 15, 2014 By...

Rhodes: 'Get On Up' is accurate depiction of James Brown's life

...on up and get to a theater near you when it opens nationwide on Friday, Aug. 1.Augusta Chronicle music columnist Don Rhodes is the author of Say It Loud! My Memories of James Brown, Soul Brother No. 1, which was reissued nationwide in paperback...

'The Augusta Chronicle' has life of James Brown covered

I saw Augusta Chronicle music columnist Don Rhodes on Friday, the morning after the Augusta premiere of Get On Up, the biopic of James Brown.Don was effusive with praise about...

Brian Grazer made James Brown film possible

The real hero behind the reality of a feature film finally getting made about James Brown is producer Brian Grazer.

Sharon Jones lays claim to Brown's performing legacy

There is no large touring band with backup vocalists and a horn and rhythm section that comes as close to James Brown and his Soul Generals as Sharon Jones and band, The Dap Kings.

Ramblin' Rhodes: Hensley and the Red Hots ready to rock 'n' roll again

Johnny Hensley and the Red Hots will perform July 26 in a reunion concert that will benefit Press On.

Turn to these books to learn more about James Brown

...about James Brown, including some attributed to (but more likely ghost-written) by the Godfather of Soul himself.Don Rhodes, the music columnist for The Augusta Chronicle, came up with this list when he was writing his own book about Brown...

Ramblin' Rhodes: James Brown memorabilia is right here in Augusta

The James Brown exhibit at the Augusta Museum of History is without a doubt the most popular offering the museum has had in its 77 years of existence.