Saturday, July 21, 2018

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By Kim

In the stillness of late Saturday mornings, most teens were still finishing up their bowl of cereal or pancakes. All eyes and bodies were fully alert though for the weekly program that featured live music, dance, and artistic pleasure for all the senses. A television show that veteran Disc-Jockey and Mastermind, Don Cornelius from the Chicago area created and hosted. The infamous as well as infectious "Soul Train" program burst into homes across the nation in the late summer of 1970 bringing professional genius from African American Artists while local youth in the audience shared their talents... Read More

February 7, 2012 has long time Van Halen fans crazed withanticipation. The media blitz that has been unleashed this month isunparalleled in VH history. There are no arguments as to who was thebetter lead singer anymore, just whether the material matches up todays gone by. The banter over many of the songs being “old”unreleased work that has been revamped and whether it actuallyqualifies as “new” rages on throughout the net and various mediaoutlets. We VH fans are a finicky bunch.

Having been an unabashed fan since “Dance the Night Away” ruled AMradio, my anticipation for any release... Read More

Bootsy Collins Funky Gooves at 2012 NAMM Show

By Ricky Richardson

Anaheim-It's a wrap! The 110th Annual NAMM Show concluded on Sunday, January 22nd, 2012. I'm sure that another attendance record was broken when the official numbers are officially released. NAMM continues to be an economic boom for Anaheim and surrounding cities. The National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) today announced the final registration and exhibitor numbers for the 2012 NAMM Show, the largest and longest-running musical instruments and products trade show in the United States. At show close,... Read More

Deja Vu at the Tampa Black Heritage Festival

By Ricky Richardson

Tampa-I had the pleasure of returning to my hometown for the 12th Annual Tampa Black Heritage Festival "Celebrating the Heart and Soul of Tampa Bay." This fantastic festival is a ten-day cultural event that features local and nationally known speakers, musicians, artists, poets, lecturers and craftspeople and a film night.The festival traditionally begins January 12th, which is the weekend before and concludes the weekend after the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday, January 21, to promote diversity and cultural... Read More

10th Annual Kwanzaa Celebration in Leimert Park Village

Los Angeles-It was a bright sun, shiny day in Los Angeles on Saturday, December 31st.This was good news to Ngoma and Karimu of the Kwanzaa Heritage Foundation as the fog burnt off before the start of the festival.

The Vision Theatre Backlot was filled with people from the community, gathered to celebrate the 10th Annual Kwanzaa Parade and Festival in Leimert Park Village. I arrived just in time to catch the parade as it snaked around Leimert Park and made it's way back to the festival site.This years theme was Keep Pushin'... Read More

December 7, 2011 Black label Society and Guns n Roses hit the intimate Covelli Center in Youngstown, Ohio. With the capability of drawing in Cleveland and Pittsburgh fans, as well as the host city and surrounding areas, Covelli Center was a perfect choice. Doors opened at the unusual late hour of 8PM, presumably to accommodate Axl’s notorious late starts. The place was packed to the rafters with blue collar descended fans whom love and covet their serious rock n roll. In fact the first 30 or so rows of seats were removed at Axl’s request to provide a more intimate and show. Starting to pack... Read More

I had just finished a great show at Nectars, in Burlington Vermont. Nectar's was the spot. All the big hitters, small timers, artist neophytes and eclectics congregated there. The Spring Heeled Jacks and Phish were the main draws in the mid-90's. I fronted the Jacks. After the show I was approached by Gary Lemieux. Gary is the Production Manager at the Flynn Theater in Burlington, and a good friend of my Dad. Gary indicated that they needed a "runner' for the Dylan show the following day. A runner is a person that handles all the small miscellaneous errands that you and I take for granted.... Read More

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