Remembering "Black Moses" 

Memphis says goodbye to an icon with the passing of Isaac Hayes.

Memphis music lost one of its giants this week with the passing of Isaac Hayes, who died at his home Sunday at age 65. A Manassas High School graduate who went on to become a central figure at Stax both as a…

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