Bunny Sigler – Latest Release “Bundino”

Bunny Sigler – Latest Release “Bundino”

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Colored People® Network Presents:

Bunny Sigler – New Release “Bundino”

Four-time Grammy winning producer-singer-songwriter Bunny Sigler releases a new album that will excite past and present fans. The prolific songwriter who produced the “Philly Sound” excites his audience with this highly anticipated new album continuously showcasing his classic R&B sound going back to his roots for something past fans will be excited for.

Bundino, Sigler’s upcoming album out on May 12, is a complete work of romantic R&B, soul ballads with a contemporary sound.

Sigler takes all the right risks that will catch anyone’s ear. Known to many of his fans and peers as “Mr. Emotion”, Sigler still provides his signature smooth sound and romantic lyrics.

This new album showcases Bunny’s undying love for songwriting and producing the most passionate and romantic R&B songs that are laced with soul with every high note and lyric. Bundino is the perfect blend of instant classics with polished production that is current for this new year.

Bunny’s voice transcends all these decades with his voice sounding better than ever. Stand-out tracks include current single “When I Think Of You,” “Buttermilk and Cornbread” and “Lavada.”

“Bunny Sigler is still viable as an R&B singer-songwriter over forty years after his first hit record.”BVS Reviews

Bunny has been known for working with a string of acts over the years such as Patti LaBelle, The O’ Jays, The Spinners, Curtis Mayfield, Barbara Mason, Gamble & Huff, Outkast and even Jay-Z. He continues to evolve as an artist staying in tune to what’s current in order to be a relevant songwriter to continue his long-running career in the music industry.

http://mileshighproductions.com/images/tracks/bunny_sigler/bundino/

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He is a four-time Grammy award winner and nominee and we are honored to have him back with us to talk about his latest release “Bundino” and his future projects.

iTunes – http://apple.co/1IwEfjy
Amazon – http://amzn.to/1K5ueKw
CD Baby – http://bit.ly/1K5uhGa

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Love Notes – Music, Art & Poetry

Love Notes – Music, Art & Poetry

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Colored People® Network Presents…

Love Notes – Music, Art & Poetry 

Join us February 17, 2013

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Spirit of Romance – Saint

This show celebrates our loved ones and the Love in our lives.

We will feature paintings, music and poetry from Colored People® Network members and it is also a perfect opportunity for us to introduce our network’s new host, Richard-Alan.  He is a bass player, drummer and poet.

Tania-Maria and Richard-Alan are also celebrating their love and embarking on a new life together, sharing the vision and taking our network to a new level.

Featured artists:

Music

Joan Cartwright

has toured five continents and 16 countries including the U.S.A., eight European countries, Jamaica, Brazil, Mexico, Ghana, Gambia, South Africa, China and Japan, with her swinging brand of jazz and blues.

She is a composer and her book, IN PURSUIT OF A MELODY contains 40 songs and lyrics to standard songs: “A Night in Tunisia” by Dizzy Gillespie, “Blue Bossa” by Kenny Dorham, “Tune Up” by Miles Davis and “Bessie’s Blues” by John Coltrane.

Joan’s book also contains two lectures that she’s given to over 8,000 children and college students, in U.S., Switzerland, Sicily, China and Japan: WOMEN IN JAZZ and SO, YOU WANT TO BE A SINGER? Her workshops are dynamic and educational, highlighting the pitfalls and benefits of the music business. She contends that, “Knowing music theory is a step in the right direction for any singer who truly wants to excel in the world of music!”

Diva JC names any ensemble of musicians she works with “Jazz Hotline” because the music swings and it’s always HOT! Her most famous Blues are “Nobody’s Husband”, “OH, Baby!”  and “Treat Me Right And You Don’t Have To Marry Me”.

Natalie Brown

I am Canadian! Yeah, Canucklehead in the house. I’m a vocalist and songwriter. My music has been described as a lot of things, but currently most closely sounds like Pop/R&B with a dash of Electro-Soul flavor. I’ve co-owned my record label Identity Music Group since 2000 and run my own publishing company, natfunk music (BMI). I love animals – cats in particular. Music is my reason for living. My lowest low and highest high spans four and a half octaves. I am a reformed nail biter.

I currently call Toronto Canada “home”; although I really enjoyed the time I spent living in the DC/Maryland area as well as San Francisco. I enjoy listening to all kinds of music, from Pop, to Jazz, Chillout-Lounge to Progressive Metal. Dark, fizzy drinks make me break out. When I was a kid I used to jump off of fences and try to fly, but now I just jump out of planes. I’m the one you’ll hear laughing out loud at the stupid jokes no one else gets at the movie theater.

I’ve released 3 full-length original albums (LET THE CANDLE BURN’, RANDOM THOUGHTSand the latest – ‘THE RELATIONSHIP ODYSSEY), a limited edition Christmas album (A COOL CHRISTMAS) and a bunch of singles you’ve probably heard in a movie or TV show somewhere. I’m very loyal to people I love. I was offered a deal by a major label to ‘battle’ Alicia Keys. I’m glad I didn’t. I try to live 9 lives simultaneously. I have the worst potty mouth you could ever imagine! I know flowers speak to us. I learned a lot about patience while building my studio (Studio 302) where my latest album was recorded. I have an eBay addiction and a fetish for exotic pens and markers.

Lilla D’mone

I love singing, writing, producing, jammin, playing piano and guitar, freestyling, dancing, roller skating, cooking, painting, swimming, running, the beach, spending time with my family, friends and loved ones, nature, philosophy, history, looking at the stars, traveling, connecting, and stayin up all night in the studio.   My mission is to love, unite, spread consciousness, express my self and soul and uplift people with and through music.  I’m constantly learning and evolving and am grateful for every person and opportunity that life brings my way. Everyday is a chance to grow!

I love all roots music–

Clarissa Cupero

Raised in Warwick, New York, about 65 miles north of New York City, 19 year old Cupéro has been singing since she was four years old.

She started piano lessons at nine and guitar at sixteen, which for her, has been the key to unlock everything.

“Since picking up the guitar, everything has fallen into place – it was the right instrument for me to begin writing songs on, and image-wise, I love it. When I’m playing guitar – that’s the essence of who I am.”

Influenced by modern artists and a few classic rock artists, her biggest praise is reserved for the Columbian rock artist Juanes, a winner of seventeen Latin Grammys and who has sold over ten million albums.

Poetry

Vernon Davis Jr.

Vernon J. Davis Jr. has been writing poetry since the early seventies. He was first inspired by Langston Hughes’s poem “Impasse”, which started his journey and adventure into the world of poetry and the spoken word. Vernon’s very first published poem,”Beautiful Black Woman”(the basis for his poetry book) came out in 1978 in a magazine called Black Forum. More poetry followed in other magazines like SoulWord and Dawn, a magazine supplement to the Los Angeles Sentinel, an African-American newspaper. Mr. Davis has also taught Creative Writing and recited his poetry in talent shows, Church gatherings and open-mike forums. He is still inspired by and in awe of Langston Hughes, Nikki Giovanni and Maya Angelou. His Idols. His creative collection of Love poems,”Love,is, the Beautiful Black Woman” is his 1st book. Vernon’s 2nd book of poetry–“The Emosewa Woman”–was released Feb. 14th, 2010. He is currently working on his 3rd Book of Poetry, Tenatively Titled, “Her,   She,   Woman”(Her, She–Hershey(Chocolate) Woman).

WOMAN by Vernon J Davis Jr
 
WOMAN, Your Beauty exudes from Your Body
And I can taste Your Essence,
As Your Mind caresses those around You. … Peaceful Serenity You possess,
An inner calm that puts hearts to rest,
A trembling sensation flowing through the air
Wherever You may be.WOMAN, You are the Sun shining rays of Love.
You are the Breeze that soothes painful memories.
You are a Stunning Angel, fallen from the sky,
And lightning bows at Your Path
While thunder rolls at Your Command.
You are a Goddess, who offers the wine of
Happiness
And receives eyes of worship.
You are a Sparkling Waterfall seen from afar,
That Lights up the top of the world.
Your Beauty fulfills its needs and Your
Mind does as it please.WOMAN, You are Gorgeous,
And beyond my words, mind, and soul,
I have never met anyone like You.
And I never will!
www.emosewawoman.com

Graphic Art

Saint The Painter

Saint is an award winning South Carolina artist. His work is exhibited in galleries in South Carolina and his work is in private collections throughout the United States. He paints primarily with acrylics but experiments with many materials.

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Join us February 17, 2013 and meet our new hosts!

 

 

I am excited and blessed to introduce my sweetheart, Richard-Alan as our network’s new host. He is not only a talented musician but his knowledge and insight are a major asset to our multicultural artistic family. I am looking forward to our journey together… ~ Tania-Maria

“Humans are imperfect. That’s one of the reasons that classical and jazz are in trouble. We’re on the quest for the perfect performance and every note has to be right. Man, every note is not right in life.” ~Branford Marsalis
 
The perfection of creation is in the artistic comprehension of complex ideas. The beauty of creation is in the multitude of ways we communicate love. However, through the …filter of human popular culture, our perception of art can morph into the sterile and superfluous, and our concept of love can morph into the selfish and salacious.
 
The perfection and beauty of God’s creation is inherent within the dimensions and details in which he communicates his love for us, and within the incalculable opportunities for us to communicate our love for others – without glorifying ourselves in the process.
 
I give thanks to God for those people who choose to color the world with love; giving us a better view of God’s love for us by sharing his love for them through their unique talents and gifts!

I also thank God for the vision he placed in Tania-Maria to honor his creative work in all of us! ~ Richard-Alan

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Beautifully Said…

Beautifully Said…

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Beautifully Said Magazine!

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“Beautifully Said is a progressive, online publication for forward-thinking people who create, own, maintain and succeed.” Owned and operated by Identical twin sisters La Tasha LaShae’ Taylor and La Trisha LaNae’ McIntosh, the “Original Twins of Media!”

Beautifully Said celebrates innovative Entrepreneurs and Creative artist. The magazine covers upscale articles on entrepreneurship, and creative arts (e.g. poets, authors, spoken word artists, musicians, entertainment and media) the magazine displays advertisement campaigns along with supporting reputable charity organizations and or events.

Join us December 2nd at 11a PT/ 1p CT/ 2p ET 

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La Trisha LaNae’ McIntosh (Trisha LaNae’) Owner and Publisher (Left)
La Tasha (Asha LaShae’) Taylor Owner and Publisher (Right)

La Trisha LaNae’ McIntosh is Co-Owner and overseer of production for all Beautifully Said business and financials. She is also the owner and designer of Tula Couture a dynamic fashion forward jewelry and accessory company, born in Natchez, Mississippi but raised in the “Bay Area” of California; La Trisha has always had a love of the arts evident in all of her businesses.

Through her love of writing La Trisha has steadily built a fan base with the inspirational quotes and affirmations that she shares with her audience. She is the author of the book Simply Speaking: words for the Journey, wisdom for the Way currently available at:

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La Trisha mentions, “Writing allows me to tell a story which my audience has a voice to speak; designing allows me the luxury of sharing my creativity with the world”, and building a platform in which the readers (viewers) are highlighted in a positive way through Beautifully Said allows my work to heal.

In addition to her professional work La Trisha also serves on the board (Media Chair) for Foundation for the Future (F4F) a nonprofit organization that seeks to empower the next generation of young women in leadership, F4F believe that civic engagement and social responsibility help promote an intrinsic sense of self worth.

Although La Trisha wears many hats, the most important role (s) is that of a loving wife and mother. ~ Blessings

La Tasha (Asha LaShae’) Taylor Owner and Publisher

Prior to the creation of Beautifully Said, Asha shared her writing on a social platform (2007) when her poetry was published with online media outlets; Sisterhood Agenda Magazine and ColoredPeople.net. She has plans to compile a book of poetry along with a couple of novels in the foreseeable future, but in the meantime, she enjoys being in the background helping aspiring authors with their stories for publication.

“I love to read and I love even more the freedom that a pen and paper allows me to be!”...It is my escape to create the unimaginable through words. ”My thoughts and expressions usually flow much better when I’m writing…but knowing I cannot have conversations with people simply on paper, I’m approachable to talk to as well (lol)!”

Her most important role is shaping the minds of her two young men, Damaris and Dante, ages 12 and 5 respectively. Asha works to leave a legacy for the both of them. ”Our children are always watching what we do, so let us lead with purpose so that they will have the tools to lead us in the future!”

“I encourage you to take this journey with me as we strive to make Beautifully Said the magazine that allows us to encourage your best self . Tag…You’re it! Always remember to do something great just for you but never forget to pass that same energy along to others.” ~Blessings.

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A Conversation with Bruce George & Poetry Discussion Panel

A Conversation with Bruce George & Poetry Discussion Panel

This show was created with the purpose of discussing Poetry. A panel of well known established Poets and Spoken Word artist will meet to have an educational, enlightening and constructive discussion on misconceptions and realities associated to what is Poetry and Spoken Word. This show will feature Bruce George for the first 30 mins and we then bring in the panel.

Confirmed Panelist:

JaySkills Snowden – *Co-Host* – Senior judge – “Def Poetry Jam” first season. Founder of the Brooklyn Moon Cafe’s Slam team

*Brooklyn Moon Cafe Slam Team Winner – Apollo Theater.

*Brooklyn Moon Cafe’s Slam Team Winner against the Nuyorican Poet’s Cafe’s Slam Team.

*Solo Slam Winner against the Nuyorican Poet’s Cafe’s Slam Team. NY

*Winner of New Yorks Hottest Poets Slam contest at the National Black Theater, Harlem NY

*Has never lost a slam contest

*Founder of “Angels with Broken Wings” and Producer of the Angels with Broken Wings Documentary regarding the Truth About The Prison Industrial Complex and The Criminal Justice System..

Bruce George *Initial 30 minutes* – Bruce is a visionary, executive producer, writer, poet and activist. His work has been published in major magazines, anthologies, and literary publications. Bruce is the Co-Founder of the critically acclaimed award winning “Russell Simmons’s Def Poetry Jam.” As an activist Bruce has been and currently is associated with major grassroots organizations that fosters and uplifts people in struggle.
He’s also the Founder/Managing Editor of “The Bandana Republic, an Anthology of Poetry & Prose by Gang Members & Their Affiliates.”

Abiodun Oyewole – Founding member of the American music and spoken-word group “The Last Poets” (David Nelson, Gylan Kain, and Abiodun Oyewole, were born on the anniversary of Malcolm X’s birthday May 19, 1968 in Marcus Garvey Park.)
The group grew to consist of David Nelson, Gylan Kain, Abiodun Oyewole, Felipe Luciano, Umar Bin Hassan, Jalal Nurridin, and Suliamn El Hadi.

Abiodun Oyewole has had a number of projects not under the Last Poets name, such as the CD 25 Years. Oyewole, spent 15 years in the New York school system, also taught at Columbia University.

Louis Reyes Rivera
Poet/essayist Louis Reyes Rivera has been studying his craft since 1960 and teaching it since 1969. The recipient of over 20 awards, including a Lifetime Achievement Award (1995), a Special Congressional Recognition Award (1988), and the CCNY 125th Anniversary Medal (1973), Rivera has assisted in the publication of well over 200 books, including John Oliver Killens’ Great Black Russian (Wayne State U., 1989), Adal Maldonado’s Portraits of the Puerto Rican Experience (IPRUS, 1984), and Bum Rush The Page: A Def Poetry Jam (Crown Publishers, 2001).

Considered by many as a necessary bridge between the African and Latino American communities, he is a professor of Pan-African, African-American, Caribbean and Puerto Rican literature and history whose essays and poems have appeared in numerous publications, including Areyto, Boletin, The City Sun, African Voices, and in five award-winning collections: In Defense of Mumia; ALOUD: Live from the Nuyorican Poets Cafe, Of Sons And Lovers, Bum Rush The Page, and his own Scattered Scripture.

Keith Roach – Poet, author, activist, Keith has produced a variety of reading series around New York City and is a former long time host of the Nuyorican Poet Cafe “Open Room” and SlamMaster of the Friday night slam and co-curator of the 2006 Mid-Atlantic Poetry & Spoken Word Festival. Currently he co-produces the internet broadcast, NoBoarders Poetry Radio , formerly known as Eadon’s Place, and hosts “Conversations with Keith” which airs on NoBoarders Poetry Radio.

Tantra-Zawadi an award winning poet/artist/filmmaker from Brooklyn, New York, has performed to standingroom audiences at venues as far away as South Africa, London, Germany and Toronto.

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Join your host Tania-Maria Xavier and co-host JaySkills Snowden on July 1 at 6pm PST/8pm CST/9pm EST

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2011 ColoredPeople.net Calendar for Haiti

2011 ColoredPeople.net Calendar for Haiti

ColoredPeople.net 2011 Calendar – AVAILABLE NOW!

– 100% of Proceeds from calendar sales will be donated to Haiti relief –

Preview & Read Reviews

We have purposed this 16-month calendar for Haiti Relief.
Thank you to those ColoredPeople.net members who have responded to participate in project:

Chuk Barber – Art
Christopher Batten – Art
Joan Cartwright – Poetry
Reza C. Clifton – Poetry
Quwwa Davis – Art
Daton Fullard – Photography
Andre Harris – Art
Daniel Hodges – Art
Sandra Lester – Poetry
Steven Lopez – Art
Lady M – Poetry
Lamonte McLemore – Photography
Tribal Raine – Poetry
James St.Clair – Art
Connie Stephens – Art
La Tasha Taylor – Poetry
La Trisha Taylor – Poetry
La Wanda Frazier-Washington – Photography

A special “Thank you” to Princess for suggesting project and helping putting it together.

A special thank you to our members who sponsored this project:
For assisting us with printing expenses related to promoting calendars. Thank you!

Thompkins Marketing LLC.
Angels with Broken Wings – JaySkills
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Max Parthas & Tribal Raine – March Forth For Freedom

Max Parthas & Tribal Raine – March Forth For Freedom

Max Parthas and his partner Tribal Raine are two internationally known and established artists with over 10+ years in the Spoken Word industry and 20+ years in entertainment as headline artists performing alongside prominent poets such as Amiri Baraka, The Last Poets, Abyss, Nappy Roots, Georgia ME, Queen Sheba, Tommy Bottoms and many more.

“Prysmatic Dreams has dedicated itself to successfully invigorating and empowering not only the culture of spoken word poetry. But also the artists who make it a reality.
Members of PD reach across the entire nation and beyond. Many artists of today’s genre can trace their roots to, or tell wonderful tales of, opportunities via Prysmatic Dreams.Even the definition of the name “Prysmatic” represents unity beyond boundaries.” http://prysmaticdreams.com/


These iconic Spoken Word Activists have a passion for what they do and their work focuses on social and political awareness.


March Forth For Freedom

“They trade their stocks (on wall street) based on the number of people that are in jail. If that isn’t sickness I can’t tell you what is.” From the video -Privatized Prisons and Prison is slavery-

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NeoSouljah – Tell it Like it is! Talented ColoredPeople.net Member

NeoSouljah – Tell it Like it is! Talented ColoredPeople.net Member

NeoSouljah was discovered at an International Music Conference by Stellar/Dove award winner recording artist Babbie Mason, who baptized her NeoSouljah.





She has since that time graced stages in the company of such noted HBO Def Poets as Peabody/Tony award winners Abyss and Georgia Me; stood in the pulpits across the country and perform her poetry at national and regional conferences, as well as taking home honors in various Slam competitions. As both an Educator and Spoken Word Artist, she both implemented and oversaw the Open Mic session of Spoken Word at The National Society of Black Engineers convention on the National level, and was the very first clinician approved to approach the topics of relationships and sexual/emotional responsibility in their engineering focused workshop forum – Sex And The City: Being Healed From Emotionally Transmitted Diseases.





With a house that was filled with a diversity of music such as Ella Fitzgerald, B.B. King, Kiss, Genesis, The Jackson 5, Luther Vandross, EWF, Aretha Franklin, Walter Hawkins and Fred Hammond, “Neo’s” capability to sing nearly every genre of music with an amazing powerhouse vocal range from 2nd tenor to mezzo-soprano reminds us of the dying art of real singing without the aid of technology.





Combined with the ability to arrange and record all background vocals, she has been sought out and flown in to lend her voice to everything from commercials to Country & Western flavored gospel. A sound check with Jazz artist Brian O’Neal (keyboardist/KEM) inspired the poem/piano composition “He Played Me, as well as 2 collaborations on his critically acclaimed project “Daisy”: (“Let Me Do It Again” -vocals, “Because”) Grammy award winning Jazz artist KEM called her work “amazing” after seeing her performance as she hosted the “Daisy” CD release party in Detroit.





Now teamed with Producers Mike “Dakhta” Loyd of MLee Productions, Ace Boogie of Nappy Groove Records, and contributing composers/producers Brian O’Neal of BCO Media and award winning Rob Hardt from The Candy Factory in Europe [Frank McCombs], Neo is finishing up her long awaited debut CD. With titles like “Green Kool-Aid” and “Slow Motion Pimpin”), one can only guess what’s on her mind….. But one will never be disappointed.





“ I am quite controversial. I am who I am” ~ NeoSouljah





NeoSouljah has an album coming out and we will talk about her life and future projects! Join your host Tania-Maria Xavier as we get to know our beautiful sister on September 10, 2009 at 7pm pst/9pm cst/10pm est at BlogTalkRadio.com/ColoredPeople







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