Earth, Wind & Fire founder Maurice White has been hit with a lawsuit for allegedly failing to hand over profits to the group's late music producer.
Relatives of Charles Stepney have accused White of withholding royalties from the celebrated arranger between 1974 and 1976, the year of his death.
And now Stepney's family members have launched a legal battle against the former frontman and executives at Sony Music Holdings, Inc., claiming they're owed thousands of dollars in damages, according to Tmz.com.
White produced a number of hits for Earth, Wind & Fire throughout his career, among them Shining Star, Mighty Might, and Devotion. He died of a heart attack, aged 46.
It was on this day (June 15th) in 1979 that Joy Division unveiled their iconic debut album 'Unknown Pleasures'.
The best Stephen King adaptations in film history.
Download Festival finally got the stunning weather it deserved, as over 100,000 fans descended with the likes of Guns N Roses, Ozzy Osbourne and...
Slaves sweat it out in the video for their latest single 'Cut And Run'; the first single from their forthcoming new release, the details of which are...
This year's winning shows were 'The Cursed Child' and 'The Band's Visit'.