Friday, May 23, 2008

R2C2H2 Speaks About History, Politics, Jazz, and Art in new article...

A Seedling In A Forest Of Giant Sequoias:
The Great Myrlie Evers-Williams (Widow Of The Great Medgar Evers) And Legendary Businessman & Founder Of Black Enterprise Magazine Earl Graves Are Fans Of The Art Of R2C2H2 Tha Artivist

"Tha Great Artstorian" & The Great Historian Meet At Last: The Incomparable Dr. John Hope Franklin Is A Fan Of Tha Artivist...

Photo by Mike Maple
Playing Taps For A Forgotten Jazz Great: Ron Herd II a.k.a. R2C2H2 Tha Artivist warms up on his trumpet Saturday to play a tribute to band leader and arranger Jimmie Lunceford, who taught in Memphis in the 1920s and went on to perform throughout the world.

Tha Artivist Says:

This was truly a fun and engaging experience...The things that we talked about are things that I am very passionate about as you all know all too well!!! I hope that many of you out there get as much inspiration and insight from my artastic ramblings as I get from learning about and promoting my passions!!! Special thanks goes to the author of the article, the lovely, brilliant and very passionate Sis. Shamontiel Vaughn a.k.a. The Maroonsista for finding me interesting enough to write about!!! An Artivist in her own right you can check out more works from the gifted and thoughtful Sis. Shamontiel at ...

R2C2H2 Speaks About History, Politics, Jazz, and Art

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