Join host Danny Tisdale on HW Radio Podcast as he talks about the upcoming tribute The Revolution Will Be Jazz, TOO! by Harlem producer by Mark Harris to Harlem’s Gil Scott-Heron at Paris Blues in Harlem fundraiser for his project with Malcolm Jamal-Warner, bassist/vocalist MeShell Ndegeocello. Plus: shootings in Harlem what can be done; Hue-man books closes this week, and St. Nick’s Pub maybe closing soon – what price Harlem history.
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Tagged Danny Tisdale, Gil Scott Heron, Harlem, Harlem Hospital Center, hw radio podcast show, Malcolm Jamal Warner, Mark Harris, Meshell Ndegeocello, Paris Blues, St. Nicks Pub, The danny Tisdale show, The Revolution Will Be Jazz, TOO!
‘The Revolution Will Be Jazz’ TOO! – a party, a gathering, a hip exchange of words, a sip of wine, improvised, spoken, token, chillin, willin to be kickin’ our Tribute to Harlem’s Gil Scott-Heron. Continue reading
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Tagged Ayisha Gisel, Charenee Wade, christian mcbride, Giacomo Gates, Gil Scott Heron, Harlem, Kickstarter.com, Malcolm Jamal Warner, Meshell Ndegeocello, PARIS BLUES HARLEM, poetry, Ruffin, SHOWBIZNESS, Stefon Harris
Jason Moran (above) and Meshell Ndegeocello return for a second year to present the Fats Waller Dance Party. Continue reading
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Tagged Amir, Amma Whatt, Annuciation Park, Fats Waller, Ge-ology, Harlem Stage, Jason Moran, Jon Oliver, KimberlyNichole, Maija Garcia, Meshell Ndegeocello, OP!, Organic Magnetics, Scribe, Urban Word NYC
The lineup for the Lincoln Center Festival tribute to the late soul music icon Curtis Mayfield has been expanded with the addition of artists Sinéad O’Connor, Bilal, Meshell Ndegeocello, William Bell, Ryan Montbleau and Inyang Bassey. This one-time-only event takes place on July 20 at 8pm in Avery Fisher Hall. Previously announced performers include The Impressions, Mavis Staples, Aloe Blacc, Kyp Malone and Tune Adebimpe, Dr. Lonnie Smith and a 14-piece house band led by music director Binky Griptiteof the Dap-Kings. Continue reading