Sammie is headed back out on the road. The R&B veteran has announced his headlining Love Always Wins Tour. The tour begins Sept. 21 in Atlanta, Georgia, at Buckhead Theatre. From there, Sammie will play in Boston, Chicago, Seattle, Los Angeles, Dallas, and New Orleans, before concluding Nov. 6 at Basement East in Nashville, Tennessee.
Step into a world of joy as K-LOVE’s Celebrate Christmas Tour takes center stage! Join us for a celebration of the most wonderful time of the year, featuring Natalie Grant and Danny Gokey with special guest Mac Powell. Immerse yourself in the timeless classics that bring people together during this special season. Gather your loved
Get ready to jingle all the way at the “I Don’t Want Christmas to End” Tour featuring Zach Williams and special guest Riley Clemmons! This Christmas season, we’re turning up the festive vibes for a soulful holiday celebration like none other. Zach Williams and Riley Clemmons will ignite the stage with their powerhouse vocals, captivating
The summer run of “Elevation Nights” will kick-off in one week on July 19th in Savannah, GA followed by dates in Greenville, SC (July 20th) and Nashville, TN (July 21st). “Elevation Nights” features the GRAMMY® Award-Winning Elevation Worship and Pastor Steven Furtick with each stop sharing an unforgettable and life-changing evening.
Jessy J has been a significant presence on the smooth jazz scene since 2008 and the release of her debut recording ‘Tequila Moon’. Born in Portland, Oregon and raised in Hemet, CA, in part she takes her musical influences from her Mexican-American heritage. Indeed her Mexican born father and mother filled the family home with
Released September 2022 on Concorde Records, ‘Detour is Boney James’ eighteenth solo album and follows his 2020 outing ‘Solid’ which became his twelfth #1 on the Billboard Contemporary Jazz Album chart. Recorded largely at Boney’s L.A. home studio, ‘Detour’ included the mellifluous ‘Coastin’ that featured vocals from 5-time Grammy winner Lalah Hathway. It was arguably
By: Jeremy Allen, Executive Editor for the Michigan Chronicle Detroit businessman and famed “CSI: NY” and “The Good Doctor” actor Hill Harper is expected to announce his bid for the Michigan U.S. Senate seat that will be vacated by retiring Sen. Debbie Stabenow after the November 2024 statewide elections. Harper told the Michigan Chronicle that
By New York Amsterdam News Contempt proceedings should be initiated against New York City over its failure to meet court-ordered reforms meant to stabilize the troubled Rikers Island jail complex, a federal monitor recommended on July 10. The court-appointed monitor made the recommendation in a filing in Manhattan federal court, where a judge is currently
By Natasha C. Pratt-Harris and Johnny Rice II Why the Police Should be Trained by Black People aligns scholarly and community efforts to address how Black people are policed. It combines traditional models commonly taught in policing courses, with new approaches to teaching and training about law enforcement in the U.S. all from the Black lens.
By Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Newswire Senior Correspondent Recent research conducted by Reuters has shed light on the genealogies of America’s political elite, revealing that a significant portion of members of Congress, living presidents, Supreme Court justices and governors are direct descendants of ancestors who enslaved Black people. Among the 536 members of the last