Meet The Houston Afro Creole Music Festival

Meet The Houston Afro Creole Music Festival

Glen from The Houston Afro Creole Music Festival is back again this year and you don’t want to miss it. Saturday October 2nd from 3 till you will be able to experience some of the best Caribbean Artist out now – from zouk to zydeco and everything in between and around it, taking a selfie from this event will be a vibe 🔥 Some of the Artist will be: Asa Bantan, Teddyson John, TJ Project, Soulfiya, Demola The Violinist, Low Rider and J-Unit Band!!! If these stories resonate with you, like, subscribe and reshare…

Trailer – Did you know that October is considered Creole Culture Month?

Trailer – Did you know that October is considered Creole Culture Month?

I didn’t either. What about you? Glen from the Houston Afro-Creole Music Festival joins us to discuss this topic and so much more. The Houston Afro-Creole Music Festival (HACMF) is an LLC, incorporated in the state of Texas. They organize festivals and events which showcase cultures and genres of music from around the world. HACMF focus on the Creole aspect of the music and culture, but, invite other cultures to participate. It is their belief that there is much to learn when culture is shared. If these stories resonate with you, like, follow, reshare and leave us a comment below.

More can be found at : https://houstonafrocreolefest.com/

Do’s and Don’ts of acting

Do’s and Don’ts of the entertainment industry

Here’s some advice from Actor and Recording Artist Justin P. Slaughter about professionalism in the industry. Full episode available tomorrow at 7 pm c.s.t.

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Justin P. Slaughter and Q

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🚨 New episodes available 🚨

🚨 New episodes available 🚨

Don’t forget we want to hear you from you so let us know what you think.

Say hello to Dr. Keisha Davis – Trainer, Dancer and founder of AskPath

Keisha Davis is a trained physician in pathology as well as a classically trained African and Caribbean dancer for over 15 years.

Keisha Davis is a trained physician in pathology as well as a classically trained African and Caribbean dancer for over 15 years. During that time she physically trained hard and has developed a weight training, full body workout and aerobic routine that she believes will work for the busy professional. Dr. Keisha has used online training for dance classes and strongly believes in its effectiveness. She believes that the traditional gym does not always exist and sometimes online coaching is best for a client’s busy life and just as effective.

For more, check out the interview…

Q interviewing Dr. Keisha Davis with Alex Quillen in the studio at Barron Collective
Bleu Treasure ; VoyageHouston

Image Credit: Bleu Treasure Photography ; VoyageHouston

Music by: Idyll Green

NYE 2019 recap

A little bit of what I did during NYE 2019… Big shoutout to @danceafrikana for the support and if you haven’t been to @matchouston then you’re missing out!!! 📸 @alexqbd
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A little bit of what I did during NYE 2019… Big shoutout to @danceafrikana for the support and if you haven’t been to @matchouston then you’re missing out!!! #bootleglikejazz #emcee #independentartist #bllj #dance #caribbean #entrepreneur #entrepreneurlife #panafrican #dashiki 📸 @alexqbd @danceafrikana

Q from @bootleglikejazz 📸 Alex Q

Looking for something to do for NYE 2019 in Houston?

Check out “A celebration of Afro-Dance” in Houston, TX at MATCH 3400 Main Street, Houston TX 77002 on December 31, 2019 from 5-7:30 pm cst.

Get your tickets here: https://matchouston.org/events/2019/kuumba – Please use the code “Bootleg Like Jazz or BLLJ” in the comments section during payment. Get your tickets here: https://matchouston.org/events/2019/kuumba – Please use the code “Bootleg Like Jazz or BLLJ” in the comments section during payment.

Then check out “A celebration of Afro-Dance” in Houston, TX at MATCH 3400 Main Street, Houston TX 77002 on December 31, 2019 from 5-7:30 pm cst. Special performances by Dance Afrikana, Ajalaiye Dance Troupe, Batalá, Grupo Folklorico Raices de Panama and many more. This a great event to attend and you’ll still have time to enjoy your New Year’s Eve party.

Get your tickets here: https://matchouston.org/events/2019/kuumba – Please use the code “Bootleg Like Jazz or BLLJ” in the comments section during payment.

$15 for Adults, $10 for children & students with student ID

Check out my interview with Lindsay Gary from Dance Afrikana

Raúl Orlando Edwards – Latin Week Houston – Nuestra Palabra and KPFT

Listen live from 6-7 pm cst on 90.1 FM KPFT, http://www.kpft.org, facebook: @terrellwayne or instagram: @bootleglikejazz

Tune today on 90.1 FM and check out my interview with Raúl Orlando Edwards. You can listen on 90.1 FM KPFT in Houston or at http://www.kpft.org and select “FM”. Check out the live feed on Facebook @TerrellWayne or Instagram @bootleglikejazz from 6-7 pm cst.

Lindsay Gary: The Re-education Project, Dance Afrikana and the Afrikanah Book Club

Lindsay Gary, MPA, MA is a PhD candidate in Africology and African American Studies, a professor of History, writer, speaker, and choreographer. She is an alumna of Texas Southern University and the University of Houston and the founder/board president of The Re-Education Project, founder/artistic director of Dance Afrikana, LLC, and founder/curator of Afrikanah Book Club.

Lindsay Gary, MPA, MA is a PhD candidate in Africology and African American Studies, a professor of History, writer, speaker, and choreographer. She is an alumna of Texas Southern University and the University of Houston and the founder/board president of The Re-Education Project, founder/artistic director of Dance Afrikana, LLC, and founder/curator of Afrikanah Book Club.

@bootleglikejazz and @fleur_de_linds

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