Raúl Orlando Edwards – Afro Latin Fest – Strictly Street Salsa and Flamart

In this episode of Bootleg Like Jazz, Raúl Orlando Edwards Founder of Flamart and Strictly Street Salsa stops by to talk about his Concierto, the history of latin dancing and the upcoming Afro-Latin Fest happening May 23-26, 2019 at the Westin Galleria Houston at 5060 W Alabama St. Find out more at http://www.afrolatinfest.org/

https://www.flamart.org/about-us

Facebook: Strictly Street Salsa

iTunes: Bootleg Like Jazz

Instagram: Bootleg Like Jazz

Music by: Idyll Green https://soundcloud.com/idyll-green

Photos by: YZBeatz713 – you can find him on Instagram

Recorded at Barron Studios Houston, Tx

Dot O – Ogun, Freestyle and Roots in Houston

In the episode “Dot O” Houston based Rapper Dot O talks about his new album “Deliberate” – we listen to “2nd Chance”, “Wade” and his early days writing. Dot O talks about Ogun and its mythic origins. Find out more at : http://www.officialdoto.com/#/

IG: Dot.o_

Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2V5gjRp

Apple Music: http://bit.ly/Dot_O

Music by Idyll Green : https://soundcloud.com/idyll-green

Promo by YZBeatZ IG: yzbeatz713

Terrell Wayne IG: bootleglikejazz Twitter: @terrellwayne2

iTunes: Bootleg Like Jazz

Photos by yzbeatz713 – you can find him on Instagram

Recorded at Barron Studios Houston, Tx

The African American Library at The Gregory School featuring Erika Thompson – Archives, Trace Exhibit and upcoming exhibits

In Episode 03 of Bootleg Like Jazz Erika Thompson stops by to talk about the important work being done at The African American Library at The Gregory School.

Erika Thompson covers Freedmen’s Town, Houston Tx, Pan-Africanism and a cornucopia of other topics. Find out more at http://www.thegregoryschool.org

Music by Idyll Green : https://soundcloud.com/idyll-green

Promo by YZBeatZ IG: yzbeatz713

Terrell Wayne IG: bootleglikejazz Twitter: @terrellwayne2

iTunes: Bootleg Like Jazz

Photos by yzbeatz713 – you can find him on Instagram

Recorded at Barron Studios Houston, Tx

Artivism_Schetauna Powell – Graphic Novels, Community engagement and the Art scene in NY during the 80’s

In this episode titled Artivism – Artist, Entrepreneur and Author Schetauna discusses her new novel The Experimental City, the impact of Jean-Michel Basquiat on her work and her recent series such as What We Are Not Allowed To Express.

Credits: Schetauna Powell: Facebook = Artivism Community Art Supply | WordPress = artivismcommunityart.com | Youtube = Schetauna Powell

Sam Osborne Engineer

Music by: Idyll Green https://soundcloud.com/idyll-green

iTunes: Bootleg Like Jazz

Sound Cloud: https://soundcloud.com/terrell-quillin

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