Ep. 47: Black Women Rockers and Poets

TONIGHT: Thursday, April 19, 2018 7 to 8:50

The April Celebration of Poetry & Jazz Continues!

INTERVIEWS

7:15pm

WITH: TUREEDAH MIKELL poet/storyteller/author

RE:     Bay Area Generations (BAG)

          Multi-generational Multi-cultural Poets

            Book Launch & Signing (BOOK)

         Story Medicine: Listening in the Light

            By Tureedah Mikell

         Working the Roots: Over 400 Years of Traditional African American Healing

            By Michele E. Lee      

INFO: BAG: Monday, April 23, 7pm

            BOOK: Saturday, April 28, 3pm to 7pm

              Joyce Gordon Gallery, 406 14th Street, between Broadway & Franklin, Downtown Oakland

              www.joycegordongallery.com (510) 465-8928

8:00pm

WITH: JESSICA CARE MOORE poet/producer/publisher

RE:     Black WOMEN Rock!

          A Musical Tribute to Betty Davis

            With Nik West, Joi, Divinity Roxx, Steffanie Christi’an, Kimberly Nichole, Ideeyah, Sh8peshifter, Tamar-kali, Jessica Care Moore and special guest NONA HENDRYX

INFO: Wednesday, May 9, 6pm, Opening Reception:

            They Say I’m Different Art Exhibition, AAACC

            Saturday, May 12, 11:30 am Pre-Concert Talk with Performers: AAACC, Fulton & Webster, SF

              www.aaacc.org; both FREE

            Saturday, May 12, 9pm, Concert, Yerba Buena Art Center, The Forum, 701 Mission Street at 3rd, SF

TKTS:  www.ybca.org www.blackwomenrock.com

 &

AS ALWAYS

BBBA CALENDAR OF EVENTS

BLACK BEAT BAY AREA: THE FLO WILEY SHOW is about African Americans in arts and entertainment and features information on music, dance, theater, film and visual arts events, a music playlist of classic jazz, r&b, blues, and classical masterpieces, and interviews with the celebrity personalities that are making the arts come alive in the Bay Area.  BBBA is independently produced and hosted by Little Rock-born Oakland-reared Florene “Flo” Wiley.

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Ep. 45 Destiny Muhammad and Listener Favorite Duets pt. 2

BLACK BEAT BAY AREA: The Flo Wiley Show

KGPC 96.9 FM & www.kgpc969.org (streaming live online)

PERALTA COLLEGES COMMUNITY RADIO

TONIGHT: Thursday, March 1, 2018 7 to 8:50

INTERVIEW

7:15pm

WITH: Destiny Muhammad, jazz harpist

RE:     SFJAZZ Women’s History Month Series:

           ‘CELTIC 2 COLTRANE’

           Destiny Muhammad, harp & vocals

                Leon Joyce, Jr., drums

                Frederick Harris, piano

                Chico Lopez, bass

INFO:  Friday, March 9: Two Shows: 7pm & 8:30pm

                SFJAZZ Center, 201 Fell Street, San Francisco

TKTS:  www.sfjazz.org (866) 920-5299

Tonight’s Playlist:

DESTINY MUHAMMAD'S HARP & LISTENER FAVORITE DUETS:  Part II

AS ALWAYS

BBBA CALENDAR OF EVENTS

BLACK BEAT BAY AREA: THE FLO WILEY SHOW is about African Americans in arts and entertainment and features information on music, dance, theater, film and visual arts events, a music playlist of classic jazz, r&b, blues, and classical masterpieces, and interviews with the celebrity personalities that are making the arts come alive in the Bay Area.  BBBA is independently produced and hosted by Little Rock-born Oakland-reared Florene “Flo” Wiley.

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Ep. 44: Listener favorite duets...

...And some of mine!

 

Tonight’s Playlist:

Roberta Flack/Donny Hathaway, O Come Ye Disconsolate

Luther Vandross/Cheryl Lynn, If This World Were Mine

John Coltrane/Duke Ellington, In A Sentimental Mood

Jill Scott/Anthony Hamilton, So In Love

Rene & Angela, Your Smile

Donna Summer/Barbra Steisand; Enough is Enough

Chaka Khan/Meshell N'dgeocello, Don't Miss The Water

Ashford & Simpson, Send It

Peaches & Herb, Reunited

Earl "Fatha" Hines & Johnny Hodges, Stride Right

Betty Carter/Carmen McRae, Stolen Moments

Jphnny Mathis/Deneice Williams, Too Little Too Late

Patti Austin/James Ingram, How Do You Keep The Music Playing?

Billy Preston/Syreeta, With You I'm Born Again

Johnny Hartman/John Coltrane, My One and Only Love

Marvin Gaye/Tammi Terrell, Your Precious Love

Diana Ross/Lionel Ritchie, Endless Love

Luther Vandross/Gregory Hines, There's Nothing Better Than Love

Lauryn Hill/D'Angelo, Nothing Even Matters

Rick James/Teena Marie, FIre & Desire

AS ALWAYS

BBBA CALENDAR OF EVENTS: The Celebration Continues!

 

BLACK BEAT BAY AREA: THE FLO WILEY SHOW is about African Americans in arts and entertainment and features information on music, dance, theater, film and visual arts events, a music playlist of classic jazz, r&b, blues, and classical masterpieces, and interviews with the celebrity personalities that are making the arts come alive in the Bay Area.  BBBA is independently produced and hosted by Little Rock-born Oakland-reared Florene “Flo” Wiley.

CONTACT ME: blackbeatbayarea@gmail.com

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Ep. 43: Celebrating Kinship & West Oakland Poets

Welcome to Black History Month 2018!

INTERVIEWS

7:10pm

WITHTarika Lewis, Califa Bahia, Shirley Smith, family history researchers

RE:     ANCESTRY, GENEALOGY, & KINSHIP RESEARCH

INFO:  Find Out About Studying Your Family History

8:10pm

WITH: Wanda Sabir, founder

RE:     28th ANNUAL CELEBRATION OF AFRICAN AMERICAN POETRY & POETS                              

INFO:  Saturday, February 3, 2018, 1pm – 4pm

                West Oakland Branch Library, 18th & Adeline,

                (510) 238-7352

TKTS:  FREE!!!

AS ALWAYS

BBBA CALENDAR & MUSIC

For My 2/15 SHOW: Listener Favorite Duets

Email me your favorite piece of music featuring two persons, any style of music, doesn’t have to be a love song. By 2/13/18 

BLACK BEAT BAY AREA: THE FLO WILEY SHOW is about African Americans in arts and entertainment and features information on music, dance, theater, film and visual arts events, a music playlist of classic jazz, r&b, blues, and classical masterpieces, and interviews with the celebrity personalities that are making the arts come alive in the Bay Area.  BBBA is independently produced and hosted by Little Rock-born Oakland-reared Florene “Flo” Wiley.

CONTACT ME: blackbeatbayarea@gmail.com

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Ep. 42: Ashkenaz & East Side Arts Center Celebrations & MTC's Skeleton Crew Ticket Giveaway!

Happy Anniversary to Me!

KGPC – 2 Years; Radio – 15 years

INTERVIEWS

7:15pm

WITH: Brandi Brandes, executive director Rhonda Benin, singer and  Michael Gabriel, steel pannist

 RE:   ASHKENAZ BLACK HISTORY MONTH CELEBRATIONS

                FEBRUARY 3 THROUGH FEBRUARY 24

                All Ages, ADA accessible

INFO:    Ashkenaz Music and Dance Community Center

                Gilman & San Pablo, Berkeley CA, (510) 525-5099

EVENTS: www.ashkenaz.com Scroll to the genre list on the lower right and click “Black History Month” for artists and ticket info

8:00pm

WITH: Elena Serrano & Kevin Akhindenor

RE:    EASTSIDE ARTS ALLIANCE BLACK CULTURAL ZONE EVENTS

                KALIL EL’ZABAR & THE NEW ETHNIC HERITAGE ENSEMBLE, Sunday, Feb 4,

                7 – 9pm, Geoffrey’s Inner Circle, 410 14th Street, Oaklandwww.geoffreyslive.com    

                THE JOHN SANTOS SEXTET, Sunday, Feb 11,

                4 – 6pm, First Presbyterian Church, 2619 Broadway, Oakland,www.eastsideartsalliance.org for lineup

                BELOVED OAKLAND One Night Only Awards, Music & Live Art Fundraiser for East Oakland Black Cultural Zone Sunday, February 18, 8 – 10pm, The Fox Theater, 1807 Telegraph, Oakland www.belovedoakland.org

INFO:    www.eastsideartsalliance.org(510) 533-6629

                Check website for Honorees & Artists & Ticket Info

 

TICKET GIVEAWAY:

Skeleton Crew at Marin Theatre Company

Jan 25 – Feb 18

www.marintheatre.org

&

AS ALWAYS

BBBA CALENDAR & PLAYLIST:

BLACK BEAT BAY AREA: THE FLO WILEY SHOW is about African Americans in arts and entertainment and features information on music, dance, theater, film and visual arts events, a music playlist of classic jazz, r&b, blues, and classical masterpieces, and interviews with the celebrity personalities that are making the arts come alive in the Bay Area.  BBBA is independently produced and hosted by Little Rock-born Oakland-reared Florene “Flo” Wiley.

CONTACT ME: blackbeatbayarea@gmail.com

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Ep. 41: Minstrelsy, & Blackface, Pugilism & Pride

TONIGHT: Thursday December 7, 2017, 7 to 8:50

INTERVIEWS

7:15pm

WITH:   EDGAR ARCENEAUX, artist/writer/director

RE:        Edgar Arceneaux Reappropriates Blackface:

              LIBRARY OF LIES, exhibit

              December 1 through March 25, 2018

              UNTIL UNTIL UNTIL … multimedia play

            with Frank Lawson as Ben Vereen

              February 23 & 24, 2018

INFO:    Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, 1st Floor Gallery

              701 Mission Street at Third St., San Francisco

              www.ybca.org (415) 978-2700

8:20pm

WITH:   DARRYL V. JONES, Director

RE:        THE ROYALE written by Marco Ramirez

            With Satchel Andre, Tim Kniffin, Donald E. Lacy Jr., Calvin M. Thompson, Atim Udoffia

INFO:    Now Playing through Sunday Dec 10 ONLY!

              Aurora Theatre, 2081 Addison, Berkeley CAwww.auroratheatre.org (510) 843-4822

AS ALWAYS

BBBA CALENDAR: The BBBA Top 6

Tonight’s Playlist: Holiday Classics

BLACK BEAT BAY AREA: THE FLO WILEY SHOW is about African Americans in arts and entertainment and features information on music, dance, theater, film and visual arts events, a music playlist of classic jazz, r&b, blues, and classical masterpieces, and interviews with the celebrity personalities that are making the arts come alive in the Bay Area.  BBBA is independently produced and hosted by Little Rock-born Oakland-reared Florene “Flo” Wiley.

CONTACT ME: blackbeatbayarea@gmail.com

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Ep. 40: The Thankful Episode.


PERALTA COLLEGES COMMUNITY RADIO
Thursday November 16, 2017, 7 to 9

NO INTERVIEWS

NO CALENDAR OF EVENTS

JUST MUSIC

That I’m Thankful For ….
TONIGHT’S PLAYLIST:

Ray Charles, Oscar Brown, Jr., Mahalia
Jackson & Nat King Cole, Ramsey Lewis,
Rev. James Cleveland, Derrick Hall, The
Staples Singers, Brandy, James Brown,
Teddy Pendergrass, Jerry Butler, The
Natural Four, The Whispers, Gladys
Knight & The Pips, Martha & The
Vandellas, Smokey Robinson & The
Miracles, Otis Redding, Etta James, Bill
Withers, The Spinners, Duke Ellington,
Dinah Washington, Lena Horne, Johnny
Mathis, Hartman & Coltrane, Nina
Simone, Avotcja & Ronnie Stewart!


BLACK BEAT BAY AREA: THE FLO WILEY SHOW is about African Americans in arts and entertainment and features information on music, dance, theater, film and visual arts events, a music playlist of classic jazz, r&b, blues, and classical masterpieces, and interviews with the celebrity personalities that are making the arts come alive in the Bay Area. BBBA is independently produced and hosted by Little Rock-born Oakland-reared Florene “Flo” Wiley.


CONTACT ME: blackbeatbayarea@gmail.com

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Ep. 39: Children's Books, Fighting Fat, The New Selfishness, and MUSIC!

Thursday November 2, 2017, 7 to 9

INTERVIEWS
7:15pm
WITH:   TAMARA SHILOH, author
RE:        JUST IMAGINE … WHAT IF THERE WERE NO BLACK PEOPLE IN THE WORLD:

              A Children’s Book Series of Inventors & Scientists
LISTEN FOR YOUR CHANCE TO WIN A BOOK!
              www.tamarashiloh.com

7:45pm
WITH:   MICHAEL D. YOUNG, Executive Director
RE:        FLONATION FOUNDATION: Fighting Lifestyles of Obesity
INFO:    Fundraising Dinner, Saturday, 11/11, 5:30pm
              Chef’s Experience China Bistro, Hayward CA
              www.flonation.org

AS ALWAYS
BBBA CALENDAR: (11/3 – 11/15)
&
THE LAST WORD: The New Selfishness

TONIGHT'S PLAYLIST: Coltrane, Mayfield, Murray, Elliott, Motown ... and more

BLACK BEAT BAY AREA: THE FLO WILEY SHOW is about African Americans in arts and entertainment and features information on music, dance, theater, film and visual arts events, a music playlist of classic jazz, r&b, blues, and classical masterpieces, and interviews with the celebrity personalities that are making the arts come alive in the Bay Area.  BBBA is independently produced and hosted by Little Rock-born Oakland-reared Florene “Flo” Wiley.

CONTACT ME: blackbeatbayarea@gmail.com

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Ep. 31: Celebrating Brother Malcolm & Reviews of 3 New Shows!

WITH:   ELENA SERRANO, Eastside Arts Cultural Center

RE:         17th Annual MALCOLM X JAZZARTS FESTIVAL

“For A New Reconstruction” featuring: David Murray with Kash Killion and Marshall Trammell; Violin Tribute to Michael White & Billy Bang featuring The String Divas – Sandy Poindexter, India Cooke, Tarika Lewis, led by Muziki Roberson; Trumpet Summit to Dump Trump led by Geechee Taylor; Zaccho Dance Theatre Elmhurst Community Prep Dance Squad, Diamano Coura;  Soapbox Stage, Graf Court, Mike Dream Courts, Food Court, Local Arts & Crafts Vendors & Kids Zone by Casa Che

INFO:    Saturday, May 20, 2017, 11:00 am – 7:00 pm
San Antonio Park, 18th & Foothill, Oakland CA
(510) 533-6629, www.eastsideartsalliance.org
$ FREE!!!!!!