Based in LA because the 1970s, Steve Ivory is one of the best-known R&B-oriented music journalists over the West Coast. Ivory isn’t from L.A. originally; he was created (Oct. 24, 1955) and elevated in Oklahoma Town, OK, and transferred west as a adult. Ivory began producing a name for himself when, in the 1970s, he became a normal contributor to Spirit Magazine, which includes since folded, but was frequently referred to as the “Dark Rolling Rock” in its time. In 1982, he continued to be editor of the favorite teen magazine Dark Beat (previously Soul Teenager) and remained with the publication until 1993. Over time, Ivory provides written for most major magazines, including Billboard, Vibe, Fact, the LA Times, and the foundation. Ivory, who is a columnist for the every week Dark Radio Exceptional (BRE) because the 1980s, provides created some books, including 1984’s Prince! (that was the initial book published over the important musician) and 1985’s Tina (which centered on Tina Turner’s lifestyle). In 2000, he was focusing on two even more books: Slave towards the Tempo (a memoir of his lifestyle being a music journalist) and a assortment of essays (some music-related, some on various other subjects) titled Lifestyle on THE WORLD. Ivory in addition has freelanced in radio (in the first ’80s, he became a normal commentator for Lee Bailey’s nationally syndicated RadioScope) and tv, serving like a article writer for VH1’s The Spirit of VH1.