Even As Colorado Falls to USC 48-41, Deion Sanders’ ‘Audacious Blackness’ Makes Him the Hero African Americans Want Right Now | VIDEO

It was a comeback effort that fell short. On Saturday (09-30-23), Deion Sanders‘ Colorado Buffaloes lost to the highly favored USC Trojans 48-41, a score much closer than predicted. With the win, USC improves to 5-0, while Colorado drops to 3-2 after suffering its second defeat in a row. Even with the loss, and except


Chris Botti ‘Paris’ – LISTEN

GRAMMY-winning trumpeter Chris Botti teams up with singer-songwriter John Splithoff on the new single “Paris” from Botti’s forthcoming Blue Note debut Vol. 1 due out Oct. 20. Known for hit indie pop songs including “Sing to You,” “Show Me,” and “Raye,” Splithoff’s romantic bossa-flavored song “Paris” is an ideal showcase for Botti’s elegant melodicism and lustrous tone. Botti introduced Vol. 1 with the

Steve Oliver Album ‘A New Light’ Out Now

With his latest project “A New Light”, Steve Oliver delivers a passionate collection of originals that will surely please fans that have known his work for decades. Working with hit co-producer Michael “B” Broening, as well as longtime friend, saxophonist Jeff Kashiwa(featured on the title track), legendary drummer Vinnie Colaiuta, and bassist Larry Antonino, Steve again conveys his deep passion for

Emaginario Album ‘Songs Of Mind’ Out November 17

 It’s equal parts self-realization, multicultural exploration and multi-genre experimentation. Composer-Guitarist-Vocalist Emaginario aka Ethan Margolis has been creatively crosspollinating acclaimed recording and video projects featuring him in the company of world-class musicians for more than two decades. He wrote seven of the eight songs that comprise “Songs Of Mind,” an intimate and lush collection of acoustic jazz and singer-songwriter Americana