Headlining the event will be world-renown Jazz group Acoustic Alchemy; along with featured act saxophonist Marcus Adams. Hosting this evening of Jazz will be former 107.3 the wave radio personality Carmen Kennedy.
- Thursday, 10 November 2011 17:30
- Wednesday, 12 October 2011 13:25
The Dance of Theatre of Harlem (DTH) was founded in 1969 by Arthur Mitchell and the late Karel Shook in response to the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King. Mithcell and Shook envisioned DTH that would promote cultural understanding through dance and education.
- Monday, 03 October 2011 09:25
Vesta Williams was a central Ohio native. She was born Mary Vesta Williams on Dec. 1, 1957, in the small town of Coshocton, about an hour southeast of Columbus. She was discovered dead in a Los Angeles hotel on Sept. 22 at the age of 53. I always felt a connection to Vesta, not only because of her Ohio roots, but because she was one of those entertainers who had the ability to make fans feel like you knew her.
- Tuesday, 23 August 2011 17:57
Famed singer and songwriter Nickolas Ashford, best known as one half of the duo Ashford & Simpson, died Monday after losing a battle with throat cancer. He was 70 years old. For the most part the duo had two careers -- one as astellar writing and producing partnership and the other as singers and performers themselves. Simpson may also be remembered as the shady Reverend Oates seen making deals with Nino Brown in "New Jack City."
- Sunday, 31 July 2011 19:00
Every comedian knows that the proverbial road to success is long and wrought with set backs and disappointments. Lavell Crawford is an example of a comedian keeping his nose down, his head up, and his eyes focused on the big time.
- Wednesday, 22 June 2011 15:21
This week’s Black Music Month feature highlights the musical arts with a one-on-one interview with Courtney Daniels who is all set to live out her dream as she sings, dances, and of course acts, the parts of some beloved Disney characters on the company’s brand new cruise ship, the Disney Dream.
- Wednesday, 22 June 2011 15:09
Gladys sang background in a group with her, brother Merald “Bubba” Knight, sister Brenda Knight, and cousins William and Eleanor Guest who started a singing group which they later named “The Pips.” The name came from another cousin, James “Pip” Wood, who became their manager. The two women were replaced by cousins Edwards Patten and Langston George in 1959.
- Monday, 20 June 2011 16:24
Members of the E Street Band were told June 12 to travel to Florida as soon as they could because the famous musician was “seriously ill.” Sources later told New York Fox affiliate WNYW that the illness left Clemons paralyzed and he had received two brain surgeries to ease swelling from a blood clot.