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Mrs. Rhonda Ferguson will discuss charges against her son, Hubert Brown. Hubert went to pick up his pay check and was attacked by a group of men; one of whom repeatedly hit him in the head with an iron pipe and left huge gashes in Hubert's head.
Mrs. Ferguson feels that her son was given the charges because of a prior record.
Join us as we listen to the trumped up charges which landed an innocent man in jail, facing trial for attempted murder.
Listen to the conversation on The Danny Tisdale Show Podcast show with host Danny as he talks to Jeffrey Perry, author of Hubert Harrison: The Voice of Harlem Radicalism 1883-1918, regarding Harlem Radical, Hubert Harrison and the panel discussion at the Schomburg in Harlem. Listen Live Tuesday, September 23rd, at 2 pm
Danny talks about the latest Harlem news on Harlem World Magazine Facebook, and HW's Harlem History site on Facebook, Twitter and HarlemWorldMag.com.
Today At 6pm 3600seconds has a real treat for you on Memorial Day Weekend; two consecutive interviews with author/lecturer Jeffrey B. Perry. Today's show he answers questions on his 2009 book "Hubert Harrison: The Voice of Harlem Radicalism."
Of course this is a highly-detailed biography about a very underrated and highly influential Harlem activist, writer, community organizer and champion of labor rights, blacks and the poor. Published by Columbia University Press. Leave your comments or questions about Perry's book or what you know or feel about Harlem politics in the comment section just below.
Internationally renowned flutist Hubert Laws is one of the few classical artists who has also mastered jazz, pop, and rhythm-and-blues genres; moving effortlessly from one repertory to another. He has appeared as a soloist with the New York Philharmonic under Zubin Mehta, with the orchestras of Los Angeles, Dallas, Chicago, Cleveland, Amsterdam, Japan, Detroit and with the Stanford String Quartet. He has given annual performances at Carnegie Hall, and has performed sold out performances in the Hollywood Bowl with fellow flutist Jean-Pierre Rampal and was a member of the New York Philharmonic and Metropolitan Opera Orchestras. In addition, he has appeared at the Montreux, Playboy, and Kool Jazz festivals; he performed with the Modern Jazz Quartet at the Hollywood Bowl in 1982 and with the Detroit Symphony in 1994. His recordings have won three Grammy nominations.
Mr. Laws has been involved in unique projects such as collaborations with Quincy Jones, Bob James, and Claude Bolling for Neil Simon's comedy California Suite, a collaboration with Earl Klugh and Pat Williams on the music for How to Beat the High Cost of Living: and film scores for The Wiz, Color Purple, A Hero Ain't Nothing but a Sandwich, and Spot Marks the X.
awarded Downbeat #1 flutist 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011
Janet Hubert, the original Vivian Banks on the sitcom Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, will bring her new one-woman show, Broadway to TV Now Back to Me to the Laurie Beechman Theatre on December 1, 2012 at 7:30pm. John Fischer serves as musical director.
Polish born author Hubert Poetschke drops by to share stories from his book Memoirs From The Turbulent Years And Beyond. You may purchase his book by clicking here.
At the top of the hour, host Cyrus Webb talks with author Hubert Stokes on Conversations LIVE about what led him to writing and his new projects.Then at 15 min. past the hour Webb talks with Dan Cavallari.
September 19 - Bassist - Anthony Crawford
Born June 29th, 1981, Anthony Crawford was raised in a family of talented musicians. His father, funk and rock drummer Hubert (H bomb) Crawford has played with notable greats like James Brown, Cyndi Lauper, Mothers Finest, Mark Farner of the Grandfunk Railroad, The bar kays, and was the original drummer for the Eric Gales Band, while his uncle is the legendary jazz saxophonist Hank Crawford.
Anthony began playing with the legendary R&B group Shalmor in 2004 and shortly after with Howard Hewett. He then met jazz saxophonist Kirk Whalum. Together the pair performed a few shows and collaborated to create the music for a movie commentary filmed in South Africa.
Since then, Anthony has worked with Justin Timberlake, Erykah Badu, Peabo Bryson, Jeff Lorber, Dave Weckl, Everette Harp, Frank McComb, gospel legend Andrae Crouch, Karen Briggs, Virgil Donati, guitar legend Allan Holdsworth, and Eric Marienthal.
Anthony's latest CD "Urban Jazz – My Story" is a collage of the entire spectrum of Jazz, and demonstrates his ease and flexibility in moving from one style to another.
Today we will have a special guest, Pastor Peter Hubert from Kingston, Ontario Canada. He will be sharing about trusting God through every circumstance.
What does it mean to trust, how can we trust when things don't go right? Make it a life long commitment to trust in God.