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Luenell was born in Tollette, Arkansas. She was raised in Northern California and attended Castro Valley High School. Luenell has one daughter, and lives in Los Angeles, California. In the early 1990s Luenell appeared regularly on Soul Beat TV on the Oakland, California cable station KSBT, along with prominent Bay Area African-American journalist Chauncey Bailey, an interview and talk show host on the program. Luenell's two-year tour and DVD appearances in “Katt Williams American Hustle” have created an almost cult-like following. In 2012 Luenell made appearances in three #1 feature films – Think Like A Man, the 3D animated hit Hotel Transylvania with Adam Sandler, and Taken 2 with Liam Neeson. She also co-starred in the comedy That’s My Boywith Adam Sandler and Leighton Meester. Luenell's recent television appearances include episodes of The Middle and It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia as well as stand-up appearances on “Snoop Dog’s Bad Girls of Comedy” on SHOWTIME and “Stand-up In Stilettos” on the TV Guide Network.
Hope Flood is one of the fastest rising "Keeping It Real" female comedians on the Laff circuit today. Her appeal is universal due to the everyday life experiences she talks about. Her thought provoking political and spiritual commentary keeps audiences on the edge of their seats thirsting for more. A God fearing, Single Mother, Comedian, Actor, Philanthropist, Publisher, and more recently On-Air Radio Personality. Hope has been in the business for over 20 years and has produced weekly showcases that helped launch the careers of many successful comedians from Jamie Foxx to Chris Tucker. She's also been featured in the best selling comedy book and album entitled "SNAPS," and has headlined some of the most well known comedy clubs in the world.
The legendary John Dolphin, also known as Lovin’ John, was one of the most well respected black businessmen who made his way in the music business in the 1940s and 50s well before Motown ever existed. An independent record label owner and R&B producer, his contributions to the formative years of Rock & Roll are often overlooked. Lovin John, a minimogul who had almost every facet of the record business covered, had taken Los Angeles by storm and brought people of all colors together through music.
Dolphin first entered the Los Angeles music scene as a retailer in 1948, when he opened Dolphin’s of Hollywood, a record store near the corner of Vernon and Central Avenue, the music mecca of the west coast, that would stay open 24 hours a day to cater to the late-shift workforce. The store featured deejays like Huggy Boy and Hunter Hancock broadcasting on the local station of KRKD, in front of the huge, glass window Mr. Dolphin had installed on the face of the store so that people on the outside could see in. Some of the most popular deejays found a home for their art in front of this window, playing for late night crowds of Blacks, Whites, and Latinos alike, who would dance and party together well after dark, until the cops came and shut the parties down.
Forget resemblances. Past nuances tracing through the inner workings of your mind; telling you what you thought your favorite music was, what you use to listen to on the radio, even the direction of where you thought music was heading. Once Franklin Manor’s new album drops, you may find yourself only wanting more of something completely different.
Manor’s music reveals a unique perspective of our generation. "We're all artists,” he explains, “society has simply tried to rob us of vision. My music is intended to expose the brilliance in each of us, while trashing the ridiculous images our culture has made up about who we are and what’s important in this crazy world. We all have something to say, it’s about finding your voice.” Through fearless storytelling, Manor opens the imagination to the magnificence of what music truly is; a mirror of a society.
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