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"The Wondertwins" Billy & Bobby Mcclain are amazingly talented identical twins from Boston, Massachusetts who have spent the majority of their lives living and breathing the world of dance.
They began their careers at the young age of ten, when they were asked to be a part of Boston's first professional street dance crew, called "The Funk Affects."
At that time, they were already supporting acts behind hip-hop icons Run DMC, KRS One, LL Cool J, EPMD & SLICK RICK, just to name a few.
Eight years later, they decided to rebrand themselves as "The WONDERTWINS" which proved to be a successful undertaking, given the long list of accomplishments that unravelled before them since.
Their repertoire includes: ~ Amateur Night at the Apollo Theatre, not just once, but an astonishing six times~ tour dancers ~ Good Day New York with hip-hop icon MC Lyte and R&B; legend Regina Bell ~ Blockbuster film "Purple Rain" co-star APOLLONIA KOTERO's UK tour in 1991, tour dancers ~ Jerry Lewis's UCP telethon with New Kids on the Block and Mark Wahlberg, 1992 ~ NEW KIDS ON THE BLOCK, as the creative team of choreographers behind the 'Magic Summer" tour in 1993 ~ ~ MAURICE HINES JR's sold out shows "Club Harlem" live at the Apollo Theatre, featured dancers, 2014 ~ NBC NEWS, featured with with Apollo Theatre executive director Mikki Shepard, 2014 ~ DANCE MOGUL MAGAZINE, featured in the #1 Urban Dance Magazine, 2014 ~ The Arts Fuse online magazine, where they were the featured interview by Debra Cash, 2014 ~ Jacobs Pillow Unreal Hip Hop Dance Festival and Tap the Yard 2, where they are headliners, 2014.
Their piece "Broadway to Hip Hop", 2014, has been reviewed several times, and continues to receive more glowing recommendations.
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Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes back Pop/Dance Singer/Songwriter Holly Elle to the Show!
An electrifying bond of authenticity links modern chanteuse Holly Elle’s radiant voice to lyrics, melodies and beats. With soul infused pop as a point of reference – and the mantra “No labels, no rules, no limits” – Holly arrives with verve, vision and vibe.
While the press might portray Holly as a “Pop Powerhouse” there are far more complex dimensions to her ever-evolving artistry. Whether fronting a full throttle band, commanding a concert stage with electronic tracks or in an intimate venue accompanied by only an acoustic guitarist, she is equally enthralling. “The whole point of making music is for me to connect,” she confirms.
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HOTEP AND GREETINGS DWT FAMILY. TONIGHT JUNE 29TH @ 7PM CST WE ARE INTERVIEWING MASTER HIPHOP ARTIST MARC TERRENCE TATE. WE WILL HEAR TWO OF HIS HOTTEST SINGLES STREET LIFE AND MORE LOVE . HIS LYRICS ARE PURE ORGANIC AND POSITIVE. EYE FOUND HIM TO BE QUITE WISE.
A lot of gays from other cities view Los Angeles as a social mecca complete with upscale clubs, chic restaurants, and celebrity sightings on every corner. They also believe it to be a safe-haven for them to be out and open; living the life of a -mock- Kardashian while enjoyoing all the city has to offer. How true that is remains to be seen; especially for members of the Black gay community. Believe it or not, as large as Los Angeles is there are no bars dedicated to Black gays and only one club (that opens and closes at will). However, Brandon Anthony (The Socialite House) is doing his part to change all of that. He's young, sexy, hip, and one of my co-stars in the upcoming original series 'Cheetah in August'.
Tune in to hear how Brandon is reshaping the Los Angeles Black gay party scene with his special events and long awaited Generation X Black Pride Celebration. The events July 1st to July 5th agenda will have even the most skilled party goer worn completely out.
Check out the Generation X website: www.lagenerationx.com
Check out the trailer for Cheetah in August: https://youtu.be/zgu31ezuIe8
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