’70’s Soul Singer The Natural Four’s Chris Bell Pens Revealing Memoir “Music Saved My Live”

Atlanta, GA – A good old school love song can take you on a journey and incite the resurgence of memories long gone. The 1973 hit “Can This Be Real” is a prime example. The melody was a Top 40 break through on the R&B charts and The Natural Four were the singular force behind […]

Zakiya Hooker, Daughter of Blues Icon John Lee Hooker, Serenades “Live” and “In The Mood” With Jazzy New Music Releases and Video

Recovered Crack Addict, Tonier Cain, Hopes Drug Treatment Success Stories Stop Senators From Making Drug Epidemic Worse

Annapolis, MD – During her 19-year crack addiction, Tonier Cain racked up 83 arrests and 66 convictions. She turned to prostitution to pay for drugs, lost custody of four children, and, when she wasn’t locked up, she slept under a bridge. Today, 12-years after completing treatment, Cain penned an open letter to the Senate Health […]

President Barack Obama Speaks Out On the Mean Health Care Bill the Republicans Revealed

“The Committee” Selects a Black Female President in Bestselling Author Terry E. Hill’s New Release

San Francisco – With Come Sunday Morning, When Sunday Comes Again and The Last Sunday, author Terry E. Hill has proven himself an adept story weaver. Enthralling his readers with a trilogy based inside a megachurch setting, his well-spun plots of scandal, suspense and seduction were delivered with acute precision. Skillfully whipping his readers into […]

Brown is the New White: How the Demographic Revolution Has Created a New American Majority

A searing indictment of the Democratic Party and a compelling call to action for the entire progressive movement, Brown is the New White, by Steve Phillips (, takes an unvarnished look at the history of whites and people of color in America and reveals how the past has created current conditions that have revolutionary implications for […]

Atty. Gen. Kamala Harris Combines Toughness, Smarts

Black Gay Author Terrance Dean Comes Back “Out” in Hip Hop Re-Introducing the Titles That Started It All, HIDING IN HIP HOP and MOGUL Now Available as eBooks

Nashville, TN – Hip Hop is officially ‘out.’ Openly gay and transgender personalities are now featured on top rated TV network shows like Fox’s “Empire”; Netflix’s “Orange is the New Black”; and even on reality TV on VH1’s “Love and Hip Hop: Hollywood.” While some may not remember, it was best-selling author Terrance Dean who […]

Bowie’s Piano Man: The Life of Mike Garson

Mike Garson is most notably known for playing with music icon, David Bowie, from 1972 through 2004. A classically trained pianist, Garson has also toured with such legendary groups and artists as, Nine Inch Nails, Billy Corgan, Free Flight, The Smashing Pumpkins, Stan Getz, and Freddie Hubbard. Still highly regarded in the music industry as […]

America’s First Black Female Impressionist, Sylvia Traymore Recalls Her Saturday Night Live Experience Over 30 Years Ago

Washington, D.C. – When Sylvia Traymore watched acclaimed actress Kerry Washington impersonate several characters in a comedic sketch on a recent episode of Saturday Night Life (SNL), a deep sense of overwhelm overtook her. As the first black female impressionist to emerge on the entertainment scene back in the late ’70’s and early 80’s, she […]