Summer is fast approaching and that means slow jams.
If the riots taught us anything, it’s that the city needs new leadership and a younger voice that relates to what the younger generation is going through and can speak their language.
The Indie Soul Spotlight this week is very personal.
Indie Soul tries to encourage our readers to do better when it comes to how we live, eat and exercise.
I had been promising this week’s Entrepreneur of the Week, Michelle Stafford that I would take part in her yoga class at the Living Well facility, located at 2443 N. Charles Street in the Charles Village for over a year.
If you are a regular reader of Indie Soul, you know that we try to find entertainment for our fans that is under the radar.
Whoever said that once you make mistakes in your life that you can’t be a role model, must not have read that God forgives and has not met Poet Deep.
The Motion Collective, the amazing jazz collective from Bari, Italy released their first full-length album for A.MA Records with executive producer Antonio via TIMKAT Entertainment in America.
Indie Soul reviews two books this week.
Many of us have a list of things that we want to accomplish during our lifetime— seeing Stevie Wonder perform is on my list. On Thursday, April 9, 2015, I had the opportunity to do just that here in Baltimore ...
This is definitely the year for independent authors and especially authors of children’s books. Vonnya Pettigrew has written a very necessary book for parents of small children who are attending school.
“The Book of Negroes” recounts the harrowing journey of Aminata Diallo’s (Aunjanue Ellis) return home after being forced into slavery as a child. A universal story of loss, courage and triumph, the acclaimed mini-series, which made it’s United States broadcast ...
If you look up the word humble in the dictionary, it is defined as “having or showing a modest or low estimate of one's own importance.” Indie Soul believes that right next to the word would be a photograph of ...
This week, Indie Soul takes it back to the motherland with Ima Jackson-- an artist with a an incredible voice and a powerful message.
When you talk jazz and music with John R. Lamkin II, be prepared to talk for hours about the many places he has been, the artists he has performed with, and his love of teaching music to children.