Philadelphia International Records

(SIGN OF THE TIMES:  The sign at the former headquarters building of Philadelphia International Records is removed.  The property is being demolished to make way for condominium apartments and a hotel.  Photo by Hadas Kuznits)

SIGN OF THE TIMES: Famed Record Company Headquarters Readied For Demolition

It’s the end of an era at 309 South Broad Street, where the “Sound of Philadelphia” was born.

10/15/2014

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47-Story Hotel/Condo Building Joining The Philadelphia Skyline

A new project on the corner of Broad and Spruce Streets will be the city’s tallest structure built for residential use.

12/17/2013

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Gamble And Huff Launch TSOP Internet Radio Site

A new internet radio station based here is putting out The Sound of Philadelphia around the world around the clock.

08/21/2011

(Officials from the Philadelphia Chamber Orchestra and Philadelphia International Records watch a video honoring Gambe and Huff, third and fourth from left.  Photo by Karin Phillips)

Philadelphia Chamber Orchestra Gets A ‘Sound of Philadelphia’ Gig

The legendary Philadelphia songwriting duo of Gamble and Huff are collaborating with the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia on a new album that will be released next year.

03/16/2011

(Mayor Michael Nutter observes as well known local vocalist Lauren Hart wields the champagne bottle just prior to today's ship christening.  Photo by Karin Phillips)

Paddlewheel Boat Belle Christened on Delaware River

The latest attraction on the Delaware River was officially christened in a ceremony this afternoon on Penn’s Landing.

12/02/2010

(Worker holds one of the new street signs that will declare the 200 block of South Broad Street "Gamble & Huff Walk."  Photo by Karin Phillips)

Legendary Philly Music Producers Honored With Street Naming

About 400 people were on hand as the new street signs went up honoring Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff and their “Sound of Philadelphia.”

11/17/2010

Phila. International Records Opens Performance Venue

The building that housed the Sound of Philadelphia is still being repaired from a fire but now the historic Avenue of the Arts building will play host to live performances once a week.

07/17/2010

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