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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?
When Hilda's love for Frank wanes and finally fades into dust, she becomes desperate to get rid of him, but she can think of only one way to escape the brute of a man. She devises a plan and with the help of her best friend Pearl, they pull off the impossible. In 1965, on the fringes of the Jim Crow days and the building tension of Bloody Sunday swirling around in the background, their world is turned upside down as secrets, lies and even murder fall out, threatening their very lives. Will these two women find the peace they so desperately seek?
Mary E., and her team welcome B. Berry to ArtSees Diner Radio, Author's Corner. Berry is celebrating the release of an outstanding new release, "Clothesline Blues."
In addition to CLOTHESLINE BLUES, 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.
Although B. 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.
"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..."
The Fresno Homeless Advocates March 12, 2014 sent a letter to the Fresno City Council. The letter was concerning Organized Camps for the Homeless. I will be readying this letter to and for the first time myself. The City Council nor the Mayor of Fresno even bothered to respond to this letter. I would like to find the reason no fresponse was given. Guest call-in # (816)831-9535, feel free to call at any point to join in on the discussion
It is amazing how fast time flies when you're having fun...or something like that. The Memphis Grizzlies are approaching the All-Star Break, and as they get ready for a much deserved break GBBLive breaks down potential deals and Grizzly questions on an all-new episode Tuesday, February 9th, at 8:00 PM CT.
The first segment will feature Host Joe Mullinax and Managing Editor of Grizzly Bear Blues Chris Faulkner talking about "Grizzly Bear News." Recent games for the Grizzlies and Marc Gasol's injury woes will be focuses of the conversation. In the second segment, Ben Hogan of 92.9 ESPN Memphis' Eric Hasseltine Show will return to GBBLive and talk about Ryan Hollins' role with the Grizzlies and potential trade deadline deals. Joe and Ben will also preview the All-Star Game and Memphis' game against the Brooklyn Nets.
All this, and Fan Essential Trivia for a shot at a month membership to FanEssentials.Net, on an all-new GBBLive on BlogTalkRadio! Follow the show on Twitter @GBBLive and subscribe to the podcast on ITunes! "See" you Tuesday night at 8:00 CT!
WE ARE BACK FRROM MARDI GRAS; SPREADING A LITTLE LOVE. ITZ THE HOTTEST IRADIO SHOW ON THE NET WITH THE "THE LOVE EXPIERENCE". THE BEST R AND B FROM TODAYS BEST UPCOMING AND INDEPENDENT ARTISTS FOUND THE WORLD OVER AND JOINING HOST "GONSEIN" TONITE IS MZ SHEENA TUNE IN AS THEY CHAT IT UP WITH DON COOK CEO OF CITY 2 CITY STATE 2 STATE INDEPENDENT ARTISTS TOUR SHOWCASE AND SHOW HEADLINER ANNUNAKI YOUNG PHAT. COME SPREAD THE LOVE AN BECOME A FAN
We are going to examine Ashley Swearegin's tenure as Mayor of Fresno. I have found some interesting information, but it's what I have not been able to locate, or find that is most intriguing. Join us in our quest for the real Ashley Swearegin. Will the real Ashley Swearegin Please stand up. Guest call-in # (816)831-9535. Show starts at 7:00 pm (1900 hrs) PST.
A show dedicated to "True Life Experiences." In celebration of "Black History 2016" Wicked Wednesday in TheBasement.
The Life & Motivation of Lawrence "Larry" Watson, as he celebrates thirty years of performing throughout the New England areas and around the world. Watson spent last Christmas in Asia delivering his own special brand of holiday music to the people of Singapore and Malaysia. On a return engagement to Asia he visited Shanghai China, where he wowed the Chinese people as lead male vocalist in a concert entitled “The American Songbook.”
Watson a soulful messenger—a modern-day Paul Robeson is currently a Professor of Ensembles in the Performance Division at Berklee College of Music. He has been a member of the Voice Department since 1994 and is the Resident Artist at the Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice at the Harvard Law School. His two CD ‘s “The Journey,” and “American Fruit with African Roots” are available on line. Founder, President and Artistic Director of SaveOurSelves Productions and Consulting, Watson remains committed to the preservation and performance of African descent musical expression. The Motto of the company - "If we don’t SaveOurSelves no one else will."
Watson is currently a Professor at Berklee College of Music. He teaches the Colleges official Motown Ensemble,courses in Stage Performance Technique,the required The History,Culture and Music of African Americans,Foundations of Singing with Soul, private voice instruction and a series of directed studies on Jazz,Blues,Rhythm Music, Soul,Contemporary pop,Black Arts songs and American Gospel Music."
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B.B. King, born Riley B. King, was one of the most influential and celebrated blues musicians of all time. From his roots as a sharecropper’s son, working in the cotton fields of Mississippi, he rose to become a living legend — the most renowned blues singer, songwriter, musician, and record producer of the past 40 years — earning the moniker “King of the Blues.” Wednesday, February 10, 3 pm ET, The Halli Casser-Jayne Show takes a look at the life of the King of Blues with rock and roll legendary manager Jon Brewer, the award-winning producer/director of American Masters: B.B. KING: THE LIFE OF RILEY, premiering nationwide during Black History Month on Friday, February 12 at 9 p.m. on PBS. Academy Award winner Morgan Freeman narrates and appears in the film.
Director/Producer Jon Brewer is a well-established music & media industry veteran with a career in Music, Film and Television spanning 4 decades. He began in management with names such as David Bowie, Mick Taylor of The Rolling Stones, Alvin Lee (Ten Years After), Gene Clarke, Yes, and Gerry Rafferty before moving into publishing and the burgeoning video industry, where he was at the helm of the 3rd largest video distributor in the UK. Film Production soon followed. Ultimately he turned to making the most authentic series of music documentaries made with the full participation of the icons of Rock and Roll (The Classic Artists Series). He worked on B.B. KING: THE LIFE OF RILEY the film with King for two years. Filming was completed shortly before King passed on May 14, 2015.
A conversation with Jon Brewer, music & media industry veteran and producer/director of the new American Master’s documentary, B.B. KING: THE LIFE OF RILEY Wednesday, February 10, 3 pm ET on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show. For more information visit Halli Casser-Jayne dot com.
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The Ink Spots
Ink Spots – My Prayer
Give Her My Love
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Ink Spots – My Prayer / Give Her My Love
Label: Decca – 2790 (66608)
Manufactured By – Decca Records, Inc.
Format: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM
A: My Prayer
Composers– George Boulanger, Jimmy Kennedy
Their biggest hit of 1939 was the Lombardo, Marks & Hill ballad "Address Unknown". This was their first #1 hit on the US Pop Charts. Other chart toppers from 1939 included "My Prayer", "Bless You", "Memories of You", and "I'm Gettin' Sentimental over You"
B: Give Her My Love
Composers– Milton Berle, Sammy Cahn, Saul Chaplin
Vocal with Instrumental Accompaniment
The Ink Spots were an African-American pop vocal group who gained international fame in the 1930s and 1940s. Their unique musical style led to the rhythm and blues and rock and roll musical genres, and the subgenre doo-wop. The Ink Spots were widely accepted in both the white and black communities, largely due to the ballad style introduced to the group by lead singer Bill Kenny.
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