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On this episode of The JHBLS, we will be digging deep into some wide ranging topics about Jimi Hendrix. Nothing is off the table! We will cover some of the more controversial issues concerning Hendrix. Cordell is one of the more... more

Whether it's performing for a crowd of 5000 or with International Musicians at Worldfest or firing up the fans of the CFL Champion Toronto Argonauts Season opener. Joyslam has been there to excite their audience with High-Energy style... more

Join me as I interview Demetrius Minor about his new book- Preservation and Purpose- The Making of a Young Millennial. Demetrius has done it all, former White House Intern, radio, T.V., and now a published author! We will take an... more

Part 2 of Interview with TaharQa

TaharQa Aleem is our special guest on the Jimi Hendrix Black Legacy Series. He will be talking about his new book called : Ghetto Fighters in Harlem World. It was co-authored with his twin brother Tunde Ra Aleem, who made his transition in... more

Join us on the Jimi Hendrix Black Legacy Series as we celebrate the life of Jimi by discussing probing topics that need to be discussed like: Jimi's lack of respect in the Black Community, his overall due in comparison to his contributions... more

We ran out of time on Part 1. Grady Abrams called in to refute what Alan Tanner said about his recollection of the events surrounding Carol Greggs' murder. If you missed part one, the link is still up. We will pick up where we left off with Alan... more

One of the most gut churning feelings for those who have lost loved ones in death, is the feeling that their killer never faced justice for the murder. Such is the case with the loved ones of Carol Greggs. Carol's body was discovered in her... more

Professor Griff and Jimi Hendrix have a lot in common. They both have African and Native American ancestary. They both have taken a stand against the power structures of their day. And, they are both enshrined in the Rock and Roll Hall of... more
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