SORT BY Relevancy
Essaï (pronounced S-I ) is a multifaceted artist. He is a songwriter, singer, keyboardist, music producer and an actor.
He composed his first songs at the age of 12.
France’s First Lady Bernadette Chirac asked him to write and produce the title “Un peu de moi”. That single went gold.
Essai then collaborated with Michel Legrand. They co-produced 25 songs together for “Les Demoiselles de Rochefort” and had a successful run at Palais des Congres in Paris.
He then wrote “Saimer est interdit” for the famous musical comedy “Le Roi Soleil” for Warner Music France. That album went double Platinum. Over 3 million tickets were sold during the three years of its run.
In 2008, he composed the soundrack for the film “Incontrolabe” starring Michael Youn.
Essai has also written and arranged musical pieces for many shows in one of the most famous and mythical Parisian Cabarets, “Bobino”. There he directed entire musical productions.
Today, Essai has decided to take a big step and cross the Atlantic to the United States where his musical influence originated. He loves the thought of collaborating with the cats from Detroit, Memphis and Los Angeles.
He put his soul into recording the new album. He is looking forward to meeting up with his new production partner, music veteran, Kerry Gordy, who promised to feed him some black eyed peas, candied yams, collard greens and fried chicken.
b Reminding us that they were once relevant, The Jacksons performed at a recent tribute to Berry Gordy. Joking “Be careful what you wish for,” Gordy remembered the time that he let Michael Jackson and his brothers come to live with him after they got kicked out of the California home he had brought them from Indiana to live in. According to the Associated Press, Marlon Jackson thanked Gordy for “letting us come to your house and tear it up,” as well as for putting
Sherry Gordy, the daughter of Motown Founder Berry Gordy,
is a philanthropist and entrepreneur and was born on May 23rd in
Detroit, Michigan, raised in Southern California.
Sherry apprenticed at Motown, but was determined to be self-sufficient.
Sherry left home at a young age, gained tremendous life experience,
and came to realize the importance of education and good
lifestyle choices. Through her experience she became a strong
Sherry started working part-time after school at age fifteen.and finally,
achieving her own Real Estate and Mortgage Brokerage Firm. The complexity
of the real estate business aroused in her a lasting interest.
After High School she attended UCLA and Santa Monica College for
Business Administration and Acting, while employed full-time.
Sherry was introduced to philanthropy through her involvement in
The Berry Gordy Family Foundation where she recommended grants,
conducted field audits, and presently serves as a Director.
In 2004, she created the Sherry Jackson Foundation after her internship
at the California Community Foundation.. Sherry's mission is to
enhance the educational success, employment opportunities, and
emotional health of children and young adults who face economic
or emotional challenges through an array of programs designed to enable
wise lifestyle choices and other opportunities.
Meet the author
B. Berry has written two murder mysteries using Boston, Massachusetts as the backdrop. COLD CRAZY is a story of a young beautiful nurse who has been brutally and senselessly murdered. COLD SERIAL is about a serial killer who is terrorizing young women. Both titles are currently being published through Vigilante Publishing Group LLC. Although Ms. Berry prefers to write about murder, her first book, EVEN NUMBERS is a story of a young girl who was molested by her father and then ultimately raised by him. She would like to keep the subject of child molestation and child rape in the forefront of our minds. Ms. Berry resides in Florida where she writes full-time while enjoying the sunshine and ocean views.
Email B. Berry email@example.com
Berry Gordy Jr. on the passing of his sister Anna Gordy Gaye --
“My sister Anna was the glamour girl of the family. She was beautiful, sexy, playful, lovely. Men loved her but she lived for her family, especially her younger brothers of which I was lucky enough to be one.
“She backed me up on everything I tried to do and gave me the confidence to be what I wanted to be.
“She gave me all the love that a sister could give a brother.
“When I first came to California as a teenage boxer, Anna lived there and I knew I would have a place to call home.
“I will miss her so dearly. What I’m grateful for most was that she lived to see me reach my goals and shared them all with me in happiness and joy.”
It’s fresh berry season, a favorite time of year! Most of us love to sink our teeth into strawberries, raspberries and blueberries. Berries are a rich in antioxidants and phytochemicals which makes them a power food! When pondering how to serve them, some standard favorite recipes come to mind: strawberry shortcake, blueberry muffins, pancakes and pie. Yet, there are so many more mouth-watering berry good recipes! How about Fireworks Parfait, Simple Berry Sangria or 10 Ways to Stuff Strawberries? With our guest, Kyla Oberman from Naturipe, co-host Carolina Jantac, RDN (Kid Kritics Approved) and I are going to shower you with our top picks of new and out of the box ways to serve your family and friends the best berry palate pleasers. Get ready to be filled up for some berry good fun!
Chuck Berry is the poet laureate of rock and roll. In the mid-Fifties, he took a fledgling idiom, born out of rhythm & blues and country & western, and gave it form and identity. A true original, Berry crafted many of rock and roll’s greatest riffs and married them to lyrics that shaped the rock and roll vernacular for generations. He has written numerous rock and roll classics that have been covered by multitudes of artists and stood the test of time. In all essential ways, he understood the power of rock and roll – how it worked, what it was about and who it was for. -Rock & Roll Hall of Fam
Join New York Times bestselling author Joshua Graham as he hosts Steve Berry (NY Times bestseling author) for a talk about his new thriller The Lincoln Myth.
B. Berry has written two murder mysteries using Boston, Massachusetts as the backdrop.
COLD CRAZY is a story of a young beautiful nurse who has been brutally and senselessly murdered.
COLD SERIAL is about a serial killer who is terrorizing young women. Both titles are currently being
published through Vigilante Publishing Group LLC.
Although Ms. Berry prefers to write about murder, her first book, EVEN NUMBERS is a story of
a young girl who was molested by her father and then ultimately raised by him. She would like to keep
the subject of child molestation and child rape in the forefront of our minds. Ms. Berry resides in
Florida where she writes full-time while enjoying the sunshine and ocean views.
Clothesline Blues by B. Berry
Clothesline Blue, b. Berry's NEW RELEASE has received numerous five star amazon reviews and the popularity of the book continues to grow. The story, although taking place in the sixties, still masterfully strikes the hearts of a
new generation with issues still relevant in the modern world.
CLOTHESLINE BLUES by B. BERRY
Vigilante Publishing Group LLC
Maria Halle Berry August 14, 1966 Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.
"Halle Maria Berry (born Maria Halle Berry; August 14, 1966) is an American actress and former fashion model. She won an Academy Award for Best Actress in 2002 for her performance in Monster's Ball, becoming the first and, as of 2014, the only woman of African-American descent to win an Oscar for a leading role.
Berry began dating French Canadian model Gabriel Aubry in November 2005. The couple met at a Versace photoshoot. Berry gave birth to their daughter, Nahla, on March 16, 2008.
Berry began dating French actor Olivier Martinez in 2010 they married in France on July 13, 2013.They have a son, Maceo, born on October 5, 2013.
After their 2010 separation, Berry and Aubry became involved in a highly publicized custody battle, centered primarily on Berry's desire to move to Martinez's native France. Aubry objected to the move, on the grounds that it would interfere with their joint custody arrangement. In November 2012, a judge denied Berry's request to move Nahla to France in light of Aubry's objections. Less than two weeks later, on November 22, 2012, Aubry and Martinez were both treated at a hospital for injuries after engaging in a physical altercation at Berry's residence. . . . Leaked court documents included photos showing significant injuries to Aubry's face, which were widely displayed in the media. . .. In June 2014, a Supreme Court ruling called for Berry to pay Aubry $16,000 a month in child support (around 200k/year) as well as a retroactive payment of $115,000 and a sum of $300,000 for Aubry's attorney fees. "
Article: Solar Eclipse - Halle Berry's relationship problems
One of the reasons that I do this show involves one of the most important people in my life...Donnie Berry, my mother. If she and my dad hadn't done what they did...welI I woudln't be here doing what I do. Independent of my birth, my mother has led an incredible life and she turns 84 June 30th just a day before this interview. She was born in the South, Shreveport, Louisiana and when she graduated at a mere aged 16 from high school her family moved North to Seattle, Washingtron. I thought about all the things a person who lived in both cultures through many civil rights changes in this country and realized my mother probably could illuminated some of those changes from her unique point of view.
B. Berry has created some amazing characters in Clothesline Blues. They display the emotions
we have all felt from time to time; love, passion, hate. The sisterhood that is shown between
neighbors Hilda and Pearl is deeply human, respectful, trusting and something we all want in our lives. Ms. Berry's backdrop of the turbulent sixties comes to the forefront of the page time and again, enriching the humanity of those who lived through it, while opening the eyes of a new generation to what really occurred during the civil rights era. This novel is one that should be required reading in schools and is destined for the best-sellers list.
Bloody Sunday was an event in history that rocked the world as black people fought for the
right to vote in America on the fringes of the Jim Crow Era. Hilda and Frank lived together in a small New England town. The couple had been relatively happy for many years, but when Frank’s discontentment caused him to become mean and abusive, Hilda knew it was time to make a major change in her life. She yielded to the advances of a younger man who was head of a chapter of the Black Movement Coalition. Hilda was determined to be with him and after many sleepless nights, she came up with a solution – she would get rid of Frank. She enlisted the help of Pearl, her best friend and neighbor. Although Pearl battled her own demons, she vowed to stick by her friend…no matter what. Bonded by secrets, lies and murder, it’s hard to imagine two women will find the peace and happiness they so desperately seek...or is it?
Join Host Live Chats
- EnlightenmentEvolution Network (8 chatters)
- The Wacko Network (5 chatters)
- spiritualactivists (3 chatters)
- The Couch Potato (3 chatters)
- ExpandingU RADIO (3 chatters)
- Ohio Exopolitics (3 chatters)
- Back To Us (2 chatters)
- REVELATION aka (2 chatters)
- TheLegacyOfANation (2 chatters)
- Kardec Radio (2 chatters)
- WARriorsInGODsArmy (1 chatters)
- Social Change Action Network (1 chatters)
- Apostle Lonnie Stocks (1 chatters)
- Perspectivepower (1 chatters)
- Find Yourself (1 chatters)
- ICDC (1 chatters)
- Joy Keys (1 chatters)