*This week on Who’s Talking to Chris Wallace?, CEO of Allen Media Group Byron Allen joins CNN Anchor Chris Wallace to discuss his early days in comedy, his growing media empire and why he wants to own an NFL team. Chris Wallace: In 2015, after the riots in Baltimore, after Freddie Gray died in police custody, the President called out the
*The man who helmed the landmark Abyssinian Baptist Church in Harlem has died. The Rev. Calvin O. Butts III, who presided over generations of worshippers as well as local, national and international political leaders, died Friday at age 73, the church announced. “It is with profound sadness, we announce the passing of our beloved pastor
*Emmy-winning actor Maya Rudolph covers WSJ Magazine’s highly anticipated November Innovator’s Issue, out on newsstands Saturday, November 12th. Per a news release, hers is one of eight covers representing each of this year’s groundbreaking award recipients. In a wide-ranging interview for the cover profile, written by Clover Hope, Rudolph discusses her early career, turning 50
*(CNN) — Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen, who married in 2009, plan to file for divorce on Friday, a source with direct knowledge told CNN. They will mutually petition for dissolution of marriage in Florida, according to the source. Brady and Bündchen confirmed on Friday that they have “finalized their divorce” after 13 years of
AVAILABLE NOW: https://found.ee/jessyj-ccvol2 In 2016, top contemporary jazz and Latin saxophonist Jessy J released her first ever holiday collection– California Christmas. In 2022, due to popular demand and her love for everything about the holidays, especially the classic songs of the season, Jessy has recorded her second album of holiday favorites – with a twist – California Christmas Volume 2.
Give the people an invigorating beat, some swanky sax uplift, and watch the pain melt away. That’s the funky stuff Prince’s former top-choice sax player Candy Dulfer and her band specialize in. The groovin’ Dutch singer-songwriter and saxophonist’s latest album, the aptly titled We Never Stop, is a party platter of stanky jams, silken R&B, jazz, and pop-funk.
Terry Woodson, a trombonist, arranger, librarian, copyist, conductor, and record producer, passed away on October 19. A graduate of the University of Tulsa, he joined … Read More “Remembering Terry Woodson (1941-2022)” The post Remembering Terry Woodson (1941-2022) appeared first on JazzTimes.
With 2019’s Between Two Worlds, bassist Jeff Denson introduced a remarkable trio featuring guitarist Romain Pilon and drummer Brian Blade. Live dates followed and the … Read More “Jeff Denson/Romain Pilon/Brian Blade: Finding Light (Ridgeway)” The post Jeff Denson/Romain Pilon/Brian Blade: Finding Light (Ridgeway) appeared first on JazzTimes.
Today (Oct. 27) the ASCAP Foundation announced the winners of its 53rd annual Deems Taylor/Virgil Thomson Awards, which recognize outstanding print, broadcast, and online coverage … Read More “JazzTimes Contributors Are Honored at Deems Taylor/Virgil Thomson Awards” The post JazzTimes Contributors Are Honored at Deems Taylor/Virgil Thomson Awards appeared first on JazzTimes.
Months after blessing fans with “I Am A Wonder”, Chike the Promise returns with yet another new single. The Nigerian Gospel singer titles this one “You Too Much” and it comes with an upbeat praise vibe! Produced by Segigo, “You Too Much” is a song of praise and testimony to God’s goodness. The melodious mid-tempo