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It was a fun night, I forgot two of my tags for the "cats & dogs" joke but I still killed. Thanx for watching.
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Madcat, Kane & Maxwell Street play "Rollin' & Tumblin" recorded live at the Creole Gallery in Lansing Michigan, January 11, 2009. For more information check out: http://www.madcatmusic.net/ Peter Madcat Ruth - harmonica, vocals Shari Kane - guitar Mark Schrock - string bass Mike Shimmin - drums
A quick video overview of the types of archival material to high quality digital transfers that are done at the Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore. The Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore are a part of Center for Louisiana Studies at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. In addition to converting archival holdings, we also offer our services to the public at a very reasonable rate. http://louisianastudies.louisiana.edu/about-center/archives-research
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
Part 2 of Justins performance in Lansing
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.
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Me doing stand up at the creole gallery, i was the first comedian on the list, i went right up after a spoken word
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
Hatian Creole Reading Practice Album Release#3 ''Introduction To Hatian Creole'' Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=12455367&ref=tn_tnmn FLR Page https://www.facebook.com/pages/FLR-Techniques-Foreign-Language-RoadRunning/197634473601768 FLR Website http://roadrunninglanguagecamp.com/
Creole cottages, townhomes, shotguns, and mansions—they're all a part of the New Orleans architectural landscape (along with wrought-iron details, heavy shutters, and bright colors, of course). Visit https://www.neworleans.com/things-to-do/architecture/historic-homes-and-buildings/ to see more classic homes of New Orleans.
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:...
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Betwixt and Between: Threatened Creole Dancehalls in the Agricultural Landscape of Louisiana by Deborah Rehn The enduring heritage of live music and dancing as fundamental in the cultural life of Louisiana Creoles is widely recognized. It would follow that the material culture generated to house these expressions, the Creole dancehall, would be equally important. Suburbanization, cultural shifts, aging owners, and absent family support are threatening the survival of these buildings and their settings. Understanding the meaning of these places and their significant place in history is a first step toward preserving them. Over 15 years of research, observation, and “fieldwork” at zydecos informed my reading on the history, culture, architecture and music of Louisiana Creoles. Oral history ...
ANTON%F - Crimea Music Podcast #7 Tracklist: 1. Booka Shade - Wildest Thing (118 Mix) [Blaufield] 2. Tobsen Graale - Abstract Theory (Gabriel Creole Remix) [Paper Jet] 3. Jamie Jones & Kate Simko feat. Jem Cooke - One Time Game (Club Mix) [Emerald City] 4. Whitesquare - Can’t Change [20:20 Vision] 5. m.O.N.R.O.E. - Kill It [Get Physical] 6. John Monkman & Pete Tong - The Bumps (Coyu Remix) [Suara] 7. Giom - Kalimba Song [Supremus] 8. Nicole Moudaber & Skin - You Like This [MOOD] 9. Seven Davis Jr. - Friends (Detroit Swindle Friends On Acid Remix) [Classic Music Company] 10. A1 Bassline - 1.200 [Food Music] Track Of The Week: 11. Marc Romboy - Hypernova (Stephan Bodzin Remix) [Systematic] Download: iTunes: http://apple.co/1dZ9Tcd MixCloud: http://bit.ly/1fTkwhm PromoDJ: http://pdj.cc/fna...
I've sat on this video long enough. I haven't had the time to go through and edit it down to around a half hour... so you're getting the whole thing here unedited. There's 3 sections... 1. Dennis Preston: Concert Posters & Rock Art Show Reception at Creole Gallery, Old Town, Lansing, Michigan - 1/16/2005 2.First Gallery Walk: A Stroll Down Memory Lane with Robert Busby - 2/6/2005 3. Peter C. Cavanaugh: Book Signing at Waystation Books, Lansing, Michigan - 2/24/2005. Even though this is kind of rough in places I hope you enjoy it. There are several people in the video that are no longer with us... I'm glad that I was able to keep a little of them here to remember them. I don't own the rights to any of the music that you hear being played in the background.
A rare Washington appearance from Henry Threadgill, "one of the most important living composers in and around the jazz idiom" (Nate Chinen) and a dazzling alto saxophonist and flutist with masterly improvisational skills. Speaker Biography: At the edge of the jazz avant-garde since the early 1960s, composer-performer Henry Threadgill operates within a sophisticated, multi-sourced musical language developed over decades, since his early years with the Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians. It's a language uniquely his own, one that his Zooid colleagues speak fluently. For transcript, captions, and more information, visit http://www.loc.gov/today/cyberlc/feature_wdesc.php?rec=6619
Kreyol Jazz comes to Big Night Jean Chardavoine & the Creole Jazz Project, then, Bemol Telfort & the BT Band take to the stage. Florestal Evens exhibits in the Gallery, Clement Benoit II presents Koulè Lapli @Mapou Libreri.
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Matana Roberts - alto saxophone, vocals, conduction, wordspeak Shoko Nagai - piano, vocals Jason Palmer - trumpet, vocals Thomson Kneeland - bass, vocals Jeremiah Abiah - operatic tenor vocals Mike Pride - drums
Track list: 01. Running Away 02. Django 03. Moonlight City 04. Trust 05. Monty's Groove 06. September 07. Come Sunday 08. Too Marvelous For Words 09. Young At Heart 10. Put Your Little Foot Right Out 11. Two Bass Hits 12. Love You Madly 13. Creole Love Call 14. David Danced Before The Lord 15. Hope 16. No Woman No Cry 17. Battle Hymn Monty Alexander - piano Bobby Thomas, Jr. - drums Hassan W. Shakour - bass Monty Alexander Trio - The Paris Concert 2001 || HD || Full Concert This magical concert from the New Morning in 2001, finds the magnificent Monty Alexander accompanied by Bobby Thomas, Jr. and Hassan W. Shakour. The life & career of pianist great and groove master Monty Alexander is a dream come true... Born in Kingston, Jamaica, on D-Day, this formidably gifted & happy child prodig...