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Best Jack Dappa Blues podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Jack Dappa Blues podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Jack Dappa Blues Heritage Preservation Foundation is a focal point for the research, archiving and raising awareness of African American Traditional Music and the Black Experience!! Our Podcast provides intellectual conversations, historical facts, and vital coverage of the African American experience that’s been shaped by our community as we work toward a more diverse media outlet, using broadcast journalism, film, and multimedia production to produce exciting, meaningful and historically a ...
 
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In this episode of The Jack Dappa Blues Radio Podcast, I speak to co-authors Dr. Tyler D. Parry and Dr. Chaz Yingling about their book in the works Slave Hounds, Abolition and The Americas. 40 pages of the book are currently available at https://academic.oup.com/past/article/246/1/69/5722095 They also pinned another great article we discuss in the …
 
In this episode of Jack Dappa Blues Radio, I speak with Actor, Write Director David Crownson, who is the creator and writer of the Comic Book Harriet Tubman, Demon Slayer. David shares with us the inception of the comic, the need for a black woman heroine, the history and folklore of the storyline and the people who were positively affected by the …
 
In this episode of Jack Dappa Blues Radio, I speak with America's Folk and Blues Singer Veronika Jackson. She shares with us her journey of making her latest album, "The Woman I Am", and states that "In these trying times, encouragement and a good message always helps." Her message of making this record is - "This CD is meant to touch people's Hear…
 
On this episode of The African American Folklorist, I share the story of the born free, African American Traditional Music Practitioner Elijah Cox, who was a fiddler, Buffalo soldier, and recorded in 1935 at the age of 93 for the Library of Congress Elijah Cox was also interviewed and recorded for the Born in Slavery: Slave Narratives from the Fede…
 
This is part three, the last episode of the series of the Jack Dappa Blues Podcast Series in affiliation with Lonestar Blues & Heritage Festival about Henry Thomas, also known as Henry Ragtime Texas Thomas featuring our recurring guest The American Songster Dom Flemons. On this last installment, we discuss the blues of Henry Thomas, the similaritie…
 
This episode of Jack Dappa Blues Radio is part two of my discussion with scholar Tyler D. Parry, Assistant Professor of African American and African Diaspora Studies Program and Book Review Editor: Black Perspectives, about his co-authored journal and the upcoming book titled ' Slavehounds and Abolition". Dr. Parry gives great detail of the role of…
 
On this episode, I speak to Dr. Tyler D. Parry, professor of African American and African Diaspora studies at UNLV, about his latest project "Jumping The Broom: A Multicultural History" based on his Zora Neale Hurston Prize award-winning paper, "Married in Slavery Time" in the Journal of Southern History. He's also written "The Holy Land of Matrimo…
 
This is part one of the Jack Dappa Blues Podcast Series in affiliation with Lonestar Blues & Heritage Festival about Henry Thomas, also known as Henry Ragtime Texas Thomas featuring our recurring guest The American Songster Dom Flemons. On this episode, we delve into the evolution of African American Traditions Music from the theater to records. Ho…
 
On this episode of the Jack Dappa Blues Podcast, I speak to Kentucky Music Historian Michael L Jones about The Jugband Jubilee Festival and his exhibit of Kentucky Music history. We also discuss the rise of jug band music, the inception of Kentucky. Michael shares how Kentucky is a riverboat location which culminated in the creation of music legend…
 
This is part one of the Jack Dappa Blues Podcast Series in affiliation with Lonestar Blues & Heritage Festival about Henry Thomas, also known as Henry Ragtime Texas Thomas featuring our recurring guest The American Songster Dom Flemons. On this episode we delve into the unique and wide musical range of Henry Thomas whos songs represent the oldest o…
 
on this archive episode, I speak with Jorge Arèvalo Mateus about the Association For Cultural Equity, The Folklorist convention and the work of ethnomusicologists and folklorists! Jorge Arevalo Mateus, Ph.D. Executive Director The Association for Cultural Equity (ACE) was founded by Alan Lomax to explore and preserve the world's expressive traditio…
 
If you enjoyed and learned something from my recent article in Blues Festival Guide Magazine titled “Beyond The Green Book,” and Enjoyed the Robert Johnson Documentary on Netflix, then you’re in for a treat! Billy Jones Bluez, who I referenced in my article, in this rebroadcast of my WFDU Radio Program, gives his first hand account of blues people,…
 
The Banjo is a very popular instrument, and it's popularity is currently growing rapidly. However, there's a convoluted and misconstrued history of this instrument. On today's episode of Jack Dappa Blues Podcast, I speak with Tony Thomas, African American Banjo Scholar, about the history, origins and commercial explosion of the Banjo. Along with Su…
 
On this episode of Jack Dappa Blues I speak with the American Songster Dom Flemons about how Blackface, Minstrelsy and African American Traditional Music morphed into America's top entertainment industry. In our discussion the true context of what became a stain on the image of Black folk is unpacked. Dom Flemons is known as “The American Songster”…
 
The African American Folklorist Podcast Series - Charlotte Forten Grimke - The First series of the African American Folklorist will be covering the works, journals, and lineage of Charlotte Forten Grimke. Documented as the first person to record Black Spirituals on her excursion to Sea Island in 1864, Charlotte, a teacher, anti-slavery activist, an…
 
As Black History Month comes to an end, after the Grammy's are long gone and post his open letter about the miseducation and representation of the Blues category nomination process, I sit down in Time Square New York to speak with Chris Thomas King. On this special 2 hour episode, CTK shares the misconception of the birthplace of the Blues, the pro…
 
on this episode of Jack Dappa Blues Heritage Podcast, I speak with Elizabeth Lynn Kilrain about her journey with Blues Dancing and her organization Blue Note SD who's mantra is: "Dancing the Blues in San Diego!" The mission of her organization is exploring, celebrating, and growing the blues dance community through musical immersion, classes, socia…
 
On this episode, Marquise Knox and I discuss the issues that prompted Chris Thomas King to write his open letter addressing the gentrification of the Blues based on him being removed from the Grammy nomination list for best Blues Album. As we address this issue, we refer and share quotes from other Black Blues Musicians, (Chick Willis and Corey Har…
 
On this episode of jack Dappa Blues Podcast I have the honor of speaking with one of the last remaining threads to original Blues....and owner of the longest running Juke Joint in America, Bentonia Bluesman Jimmy Duck Holmes, as he breaks down the real Blue.Jimmy is the last living link to the "Bentonia School" of blues. Other artists who played in…
 
On this powerful episode of Jack Dappa Blues, I speak with Dr. Steve Perry as we discuss the Blues of the educational system for Back and Brown children!Dr. Perry gives us many examples of why we should be serious when making the decision of where our children attends school, what we should be looking for in schools, and why His Charter school and …
 
On this episode I will be talking with Blues Sensation Jontavious Willis. This young man is the rebirth of real Roots Blues, and we will be discussing the regional styles of Blues such as Piedmont, Delta and the like...along with hearing some great Original Blues records that will allow you to feel the music we're discussing.--- Support this podcas…
 
On this part one episode of a two part series, I have the honor to speak to the great grand daughter of Mississippi John Hurt, Mary Hurt Wright, who shares with us her upbringing in Mississippi with her parents and grandfather which opened her eyes to the importance of not only her Grandfather's legacy, but the legacy she's building by preserving h…
 
On this episode of Jack Dappa Blues Podcast, Valerie June shares her beginnings, where her voice comes from, her humble home and church experiences and the meaning of her sound, art and culture that's made her into the sensation and traditional music practitioner she is today. A major part of her story is her work ethic, passed down by her parents …
 
On this episode, I speak to Actor, Historian and Blues Dance NY Instructor/Dj Odysseus Bailer on the importance of Blues Dance to the tradition of the Blues People, and the great program and community of Blues Dance NY, which is dedicated to fostering community and encouraging life-long learning through a shared passion for blues dancing. Odysseus …
 
On this episode, I sit and speak with Piedmont Blūz Ben and Valerie Turner, Dena Ross Jennings, Jim Bunch, and Steve and Melissa Waggy, all musicians and attendees of Augusta Heritage Blues and Swing week in West Virginia. We engage in a deep conversation about Society, Stereo Types, Traditions and Traditional Musics, Perception and everything that…
 
On this episode of The Jack Dappa Blues Podcast, I speak with Joel Bailes, historian, musician, and husband of a Blues Harp Woman at Augusta’s Blues & Swing Week, which provides participants with the opportunity to work with some of the finest performers and educators in the Blues and Swing worlds. Joel shares with us his musical journey, family st…
 
“We The Blues People” is a biweekly broadcast produced and hosted by Jack Dappa Blues Public Media, in partnership with Knox Entertainment located in St. Louis, which is a live feed broadcast that discusses events and laws from the past which results continue to leave a strains on African American politics, economy and family of today. The program …
 
On this episode, I speak with Reverend, Dr. Derrick McQueen, New Testament Scholar and Black Spirituals Historian about the history of the Black Spirituals, it's importance and it's truly the songs and expressions of revolution. http://www.derrickmcqueen.com/--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jackdappabluespodcast/support…
 
On this episode, Dom goes into detail of how a visit with family some 10 years ago landed him at a gift shop around the Petrified Forest, where he came across a book called “The Negro Cowboys”. Probably no coincidence, Dom shares with us what transpired from this book purchase, and how the journey of producing The Black Cowboys album brings him ful…
 
NAMA Harlem, also known as The New Amsterdam Musical Association is a staple of the Harlem community as it is with the History of African American Music, Entertainment and Heritage. On this episode, Arthur Brown, Vice President of the legendary organization walks us through the story of NAMA Harlem’s Rich History, and gives insights of its signific…
 
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