“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.
This week’s Indie Soul Entrepreneur of the Week is the talented and passionate publisher of Speakerbox Magazine Tula Mae Speakerbox Magazine.
Sometimes when books come to Indie Soul, they sit on the desk for a few weeks before they are read. Every once in a while, once the book is opened, we find a gem!
It was February 11, 2002, a few days before Valentine’s Day and a couple of months before wedding season when Baltimore group, Ruff Endz, released a song entitled “Someone To Love.”
Dia Simms was the keynote speaker at a business conference hosted by The Greater Baltimore Urban League on February 19, 2015.
Parents and guardians are responsible for teaching black history of to our children. One group that is often misunderstood and forgotten about is the Black Panthers.
Indie Soul has been lucky enough to see many artists perform live over the years, but the one artist that we kept missing was Kem.
On Friday February 20, 2015, while the entire East Coast was preparing for a winter storm, many people braved the brutal cold to go out to see one of the most incredible performers in the music business— Patti Austin.
There are many faces to Soul/R&B music, one of which is folk music— passionate music that comes from the heart.
On Thursday February 5, 2015, Comcast and Smithsonian Channel hosted a private screening of “Legend of Lead Belly” at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum, which will premiere on the Smithsonian Channel, Monday, February 23, 2015 at 8 p.m. ET/PT.
If you don’t know who Bill Duke is, then by all means Google his name. He is an iconic figure when it comes to producing, directing and acting. He uses his talents to delve into race and culture, and in ...
As we reflect about the past during Black History Month it is also important to pay attention to issues that should be addressed in our community today.