It’s evident when you hear the new album, “Higher,” by The Braxton Brothers that they were born to complement each other— being twins help also. Nelson plays the bass (and lead guitar) and brother Wayne plays the saxophone.
The NCGCC is celebrating its 84th Anniversary in my hometown, Baltimore between August 5 and 11, 2017 at the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront Hotel.
“I believe you go where you are celebrated,” said 15-time Stellar award-winning keyboardist Ben Tankard about his choice of featured artists on his new album Full Tank 3: CanTANKerous.
NAACP Image Award winning keyboardist Marcus Johnson has been added to the list of entertainment business panelists for the Baltimore Uplifting Minds II (ULMII) entertainment conference at Security Square Mall on Saturday, April 22, 2017
Fearless indeed is how one should describe Arian Simone.
It’s rare for music concert venues to feature the headliner on stage, as well as on the menu, but that’s just what jazz lovers will experience when they attend the FLO of Jazz with award-winning keyboardist Marcus Johnson at Rams Head on Stage on Thursday, January 19, 2017.
Being born in the Philippines and raised in the Bahamas and the United States makes jazz guitarist Vernon Neilly a man of the world.
Written by Matthew Sand and Matthew Michael Carnahan, Deepwater Horizon, rated – PG, in theatres now. Visit: www.DeepWaterHorizon.Movie.com to see the trailer.
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The Codeblack/Lionsgate Film presentation of “The Inevitable Defeat of Mister and Pete is a tear-jerker! The film is a take on the reality of life in the inner city for many children.
“It’s about forcing our audience to think differently about these subjects,” said multi-Image Award winning journalist Roland S. Martin about his new daily news show “News One Now,” which premiers on TV One (cable, radio and online) October 11, 2013.
“Best for Last” tour ends Nov. 2
Grammy Award winning Gospel singer, songwriter and producer Donald Lawrence released his newest album titled “Vol. I: Best for Last” in celebration of 20 years in the Gospel music industry on the Quiet Water/Entertainment One Music imprint.
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Best known for his roles in “Universal Soldier: The Return” with Jean-Claude Van Damme and as Mike Tyson in HBO’s “Tyson,” Michael Jae White is now a leading man in high demand. This week the third season of “For Better or Worse” aired with Michael Jai White in the leading role with Tasha Smith as his leading lady on OWN.
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“The first season of ‘Ray Donovan’ is coming to an end,” said Baltimore native Johnathon Schaech about the dramatic series in which he co-stars with Jon Voight and Liev Schreiber as troubled A-list actor Sean Walker.
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“The Arsenio Hall Show” premieres Monday, September 9, 2013 with celebrity guests Ice Cube, Chris Tucker and Nas
“I thought it was intriguing. The elements were great, the cat and mouse,” said actor Harry Lennix (Warner Bros.’ Man of Steel) about his newest role in NBC’s new drama series The Blacklist, which premiers September 23, 2013.
Known as Jake Hanson in the series, “Melrose Place,” Grant Show is now the leading man in the new primetime series, “Devious Maids” airing on Sundays on Lifetime, which is produced by Eva Longoria and Marc Cherry, both of the hit show “Desperate Housewives.”
BET’s ‘Being Mary Jane’ starring Gabrielle Union debuts January 2014
“She’s a mom with Lupus,” said Academy Award nominated Margaret Avery who co-stars in BET’s new series “Being Mary Jane” with Gabrielle Union.
Screened three films at American Black Film Festival including Kevin Hart’s “Let Me Explain”
Film director and CEO of Codeblack/Lionsgate Films Jeff Clanagan screened three films at the American Black Film Festival.
Christian Keyes stars in the UP Network’s original stage play “Love Will Find A Way,” which airs again on Saturday, June 15, 2013
Niecy Nash talks about the second season of “The Soul Man,” which premieres on Wednesday, June 19, 2013 and her recently released book
“I knew at probably about nine or ten-years-old when I watched ‘In Living Color’…it was so funny,” ,” said Chicago native Lil’ Rel (pronounced Rail) Howery about his venture into comedy.