Sunday, October 19, 2008

10-19-2008~W.E. A.L.L. B.E. News & Radio Special: If Memphis Could Talk Part Two...

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Date: Sunday October 19, 2008

Time: 4PM C/5PM E/2PM P

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Topic: If Memphis Could Talk Part Two

Our Featured Guests:

1.) Legendary Negro Leagues Baseball Player Joe Scott @ 5pm Central/6pm Eastern)

Besides the Memphis Red Sox, Joe Scott also played for the Chicago American Giants, the New York Black Yankees and the Pittsburgh Crawfords during his 20-year career.

Joe Scott was the first African American to ever play Wrigley Field in Chicago, one of Major League Baseball's greatest historic ballparks...He was a standout player and the only African American on his high school baseball team at Tilden High School in Chicago back in the 1930s...He is also only one of 20 remaining living former baseball players to play their entire careers in the legendary Negro Leagues...He is the subject of the recent Memphis Public Broadcasting Television documentary Joe Scott: Memories of the Negro Leagues...

In this W.E. A.L.L. B.E News & Radio Exclusive, Mr. Scott will discuss his 20 year career in the Negro Leagues, what and who inspired him to play baseball, the influence of his mother on his life, his association with his lifelong mentor & friend baseball immortal Satchel Paige, his thoughts on the game today and friendship with the late great Negro Leagues Baseball ambassador and pioneer Buck O'Neil among other things...Mr. Scott is a master storyteller in a class all by himself...His enthusiasm is contagious...

For more info about Mr. Scott Please Read The Following:

Negro League Baseball Player Finally Gets Time To Shine:

Negro League Legends Joe Scott & Others Honored By Major League Baseball...

2.) Remembering Jimmie Lunceford With Lunceford Biographer Bro. Eddy Determeyer (Part One)

W.E. A.L.L. B.E. News & Radio Had The Pleasure Of Interviewing Jazz-o-phile, Scholar And Promoter Bro. Eddy Determeyer, The Author Of Rhythm Is Our Business, The First Full-Length Biography Dedicated To The Amazing Life, Career, And Legacy Of The Great James Melvin Lunceford, Arguably The Greatest Swing Band Leader You Never Heard Of…

Buy The Book Rhythm Is Our Business By Eddy Determeyer:

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Also Check Out The 2nd Annual Jimmie Lunceford Jamboree Festival Radio Program:

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3.) Master Griot Prof. Able Speaks The Memphis Blues (Part Two)...

Legendary Memphis Musician, Educator And 2007 Jimmy Lunceford Jamboree Festival Legacy Award Honoree Bro. Emerson Able With Tha Artivist

Bro. Able Gives Our Listeners An Update On Efforts To Recognize Jimmie Lunceford...He Talks About Recently Accepting A 2007 W.C. Handy Award In Honor Of Jimmie Lunceford, The Difficulties Of Getting Jimmie Lunceford And Other Worthy Memphis Musicians A Brass Note On Beale Street As Well As Wider Recognition By The Citizens Of Memphis...Prof. Able Gives Our Listeners A Very "Edu-taining" Crash Course In Memphis Music And Memphis City History...As Always A True Pleasure And Treat To Talk To...

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