Academic Historian

Professor Daniel Tulino is a Professor-In-Residence and instructor for the Language, Literacy, and Sociocultural Education Department at Rowan College in Glassboro, New Jersey. He is also a PhD student in the Rowan College of Education with a specialization in Literacy.  He received his B.A., M.A., and M.F.A. in Professional and Creative Writing from William Paterson University.  Mr. Tulino has also served as an ELA teacher and specialist in the Irvington Public Schools for ten years prior to coming to Rowan University. He also taught English Composition I & II at Passaic County Community College in Paterson, New Jersey, for five years.

Maurice Williams and the Zodiacs (1959- )

Maurice Williams and the Zodiacs were an American Doo-Wop and Rhythm and Blues vocal group in the late 1950s and early 1960s best known for their number one hit song, “Stay”. Founding member Maurice Williams, was born April 26, 1938 in Lancaster, South Carolina and … Read MoreMaurice Williams and the Zodiacs (1959- )

The Temptations (1960- )

Formed in 1960, The Temptations were an American vocal group widely recognized for their blended harmonies and detailed choreography. As one of the most popular performers of soul music in the 1960s and 1970s, the Temptations recorded almost exclusively for Motown Records. Although the group … Read MoreThe Temptations (1960- )

Tammi Terrell (1945-1970)

Tammi Terrell is best known as one of Motown’s great talents although her short life was full of tragedy. Romantic and physically abusive relationships with James Brown and David Ruffin may have cut short a career that included many classic duets with Marvin Gaye. Brain cancer took her life only a month … Read MoreTammi Terrell (1945-1970)

James E. Carr (1942-2001)

In 1966, James Carr recorded the soul ballad “The Dark End of the Street,” a song that became a Top 10 rhythm-and-blues hit. Rather than having one of the more prolific careers in soul music history, James Carr’s impact was short-lived but still significant. Born in Clarksdale, Mississippi to a minister … Read MoreJames E. Carr (1942-2001)