George “King George” Clemons grew up in Virginia, during the 60′s he moved up to New York and started singing in clubs in Harlem. Continue reading
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Tagged apollo theatre, band of Gypsies, Billy Cox, Buddy Miles, Chas Chandler, George "King George" Clemons, George Clemons, Good-Timers, Harlem Kiddies, Isley Brothers, Jimi Hendrix, Jimmi Castor, King Curtis Band The Kingpins, Little Richard, Mitch Mitchell, Noel Redding, Wilson Pickett
The Palm Cafe at 209 West 125th Street. The palm was a one of the most well known jazz establishment in Harlem. Continue reading
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Tagged Adam Clayton Powell/7th Avenue, Art Carney, Bill "Bojangles" Robinson, Dorothy Kilgallen, Frederick Douglas Blvd., Harlem Opera House, Harry Belafonte, Jimi Hendrix, Langston Hughes, Leigh Kamman, Millie Jackson, Palm Cafe, Rev. Robert Royal managed there, Sidney Poitier
Harlem Arts Alliance Presents: On the “A” with Souleo
There are few things more powerful than strong, fierce and bold women of color that challenge the status quo. Continue reading
After last weeks posting regarding Sandra Bolluck’s adoption some of us were having a similair conversation below:
Even at the most basic level you have to give big props to anybody with the genuine love and kindness in their hearts necessary to adopt a child. Continue reading
The glittery glove that Michael Jackson wore when he unveiled his moonwalk on TV in 1983 is hitting the auction block.
This one isn’t like his other glittery gloves, which were made for the right hand and adorned with hand-sewn crystals. This left-handed glove, which accompanied Jackson’s fedora and dance moves on Motown’s 25th-anniversary TV special, is a modified, store-bought glove covered with a mesh of rhinestones.
The great Jimi Hendrix live in concert rockin Foxy Lady in 1970…
…wearing a yellow spandex outfit straight out of 60′s-70′s
Are you a Jimi fan?