Black History Month

Posi-Tone records

The multi-instrumentalist and educator Michael Dease hails from Augusta, GA which is known for giving the world James Brown. Although best known as a tenor and bass trombonist, Dease also plays, trumpet, piano, saxophone and bass.  he is currently the Assistant Professor of Jazz Trombone at Michigan State University, he previously held similar positions at Queens College, CUNY, and The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music in New York City.

dazzlejazz.com

Celebrating Black History: Featuring the Music of African American Composers. With a legend such as pianist Purnell Steen leading the band you will constantly be entertained. Purnell Steen and his swinging Quintet, Le Jazz Machine, are favorites on the Jazz Festival circuit as well as the nightclub scene. The versatile and dynamic piano man and his band of Denver Local Jazz stars energize original takes on the music of Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Dizzy Gillespie and others.

www.RonHicks.com

Marking Black History Month, the annual New Hope Baptist Church Art Exhibition  features the work of 18 artists, including photography, abstract, sculpture, representational, jewelry and more.  The exhibit, titled "Expressing Freedom through Freedom of Expression," runs Feb. 5 - 28, 2016.

Celebrate Black History Month with KUVO Host

Feb 6, 2015

KUVO host Linard "Scotty" Scott of Origins: Orgy in Rhythm will be a featured speaker at two engagements celebrating Black History Month. 

February 16, 7 pm | Centennial Institute - Colorado Christian University

"follow the North Star to Canada"

Feb 16, 2014

Airing Thursday, February 20 at 9pm on Rocky Mountain PBS, this program tells the story of William Still, one of the most important yet unheralded individuals of the Underground Railroad. The film details the accounts of black abolitionists, who had everything at stake as they helped fugitives follow the North Star to Canada. 

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