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International Award Winning Group "Millish" entertains at Lansing MI's most intimate concert venue, the "Creole Gallery" in Old Towne. For more from this great group, visit www.millish.com or www.myspace.com/millish To find out more obout the venue, visit www.creolegallery.com
Poet and author Susan Eisenberg, one of the pioneers in the struggle for women's rights, performed a poetry reading at the Creole Gallery in Lansing, Michigan, on February 1, 2012. Eisenberg, who is a journeyman electrician as well as a noted poet, essayist, artist and teacher, was in the Mid-Michigan area for the opening of her art exhibit, "On Equal Terms," at the Michigan State University (MSU) Museum. The poetry reading was hosted by The Old Town Poetry Series & Our Daily Work/Our Daily Lives, a labor history program at MSU's School of Labor & Industrial Relations, Labor Relations Program. Susan's reading starts at the 21:30 minute mark. The event's emcee, Ann Francis, is introduced at the 7:48 minute mark. Also, John Beck explains "Our Daily Work, Our Daily Lives" project at the 3:...
-READ INFO- Mulatto denotes a person with one white parent and one black parent or a person who has both black ancestry and white ancestry. The term may be perceived as pejorative in some cultures and situations.Its current usage varies greatly. _________________________________________________________ The term Creole and its cognates in other languages such as crioulo, criollo, créole, kriolu, criol, kreyol, kriulo, kriol, krio, kreol, etc. have been applied to people in different countries and epochs, with rather different meanings. Those terms are almost always used in the general area of present or former colonies in other continents, and originally referred to locally born people with foreign ancestry.
Taylor Taylor was invited by Rina Risper, President of The New Citizen's Press, to perform at their 10 Year Anniversary Celebration in Lansing's "Old Town" at Creole Gallery. Taylor sang, Put Your Records On, by Corinne Bailey Rae. www.taylortaylormusic.com
Wit'yobitchass (Ode to Tyrone) from Yellokake's Debut EP entitled The Batter, live at The Batter release party at Creole Gallery. To download The Batter EP go here: http://yellokake.bandcamp.com/ For more on Yellokake go here: http://www.blatpack.com/artists/yellokake For booking contact email@example.com Vocals-Yellokake Bass & Music Director- Endea Owens Drums- Nate Woodring Piano- Korede Oladimeji Guitar- Cori Matsui Tenor Saxophone - Ella Campbell Baritone Saxophone - Len'I Glenn-McKinney Video- Peter Johnston
Yellokake's cover of the classic 'Untitled' by D'Angelo, live at The Batter release party at Creole Gallery. To download The Batter EP go here: http://yellokake.bandcamp.com/ For more on Yellokake go here: http://www.blatpack.com/artists/yellokake For booking contact firstname.lastname@example.org Vocals-Yellokake Piano- Korede Oladimeji Video- Peter Johnston
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2008 and 2009 Detroit Blues Challenge Winner, John Latini performing for The Ten Pound Fiddle Concert Series at The Creole Gallery in Michigan in October 2010. This was one of those nights where you couldn't have asked for a better audience! As you can hear in the video, they were having a LOT of fun! This was a co-bill with fellow bluesman, Paul Miles.