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LINDSEY WILSON & THE HUMAN HEARTS TRIO

LINDSEY WILSON & THE HUMAN HEARTS TRIO

Lindsey Wilson & The Human Hearts Trio bring jazz, folk, and pop to your front door. Singer-songwriter Lindsey Wilson’s socially conscious lyrics and loving undertones are reflective of the proud past, cautionary present, and optimistic visions of the future.

In 2012, Lindsey released her first EP of original compositions – Songs in the Key of 9. In the video below she’s performing “Symbols and Degrees” and “I Know (Face the Music)”

Throughout her career, Lindsey Wilson has embraced issues of the heart and mind within her original music. Love songs, protest tunes and lyrics of empowerment have all been a true representation of her style and sensibilities. Her influences stem from a myriad of musically conscious voices that spanned the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s era such as Odetta, Richie Havens, Joni Mitchell, Joan Armatrading, Carole King and Karen Carpenter.

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Book Review: Clive Stevens’ Autobiography “This World and Other Worlds: Quest of a Light Warrior”

 

Clive StevensBook review by Dawoud Kringle

How does one go about writing an autobiography? Such a task is much easier said than done, and there are almost limitless pitfalls one must avoid in undertaking such a project. Of course the first question one must ask is this: why should I write an autobiography? What justifies committing the history of my life to the literary form?

Clive Stevens has answered that question.

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Concert Review: Lindsey Wilson & the Human Hearts Trio

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Photo by Dawoud Kringle

Date: January 2, 2017
Venue: Bowery Electric

Concert review by Dawoud Kringle

On the cold damp night in the second day of 2017, I left the comfort of my home, and ventured downtown to the Bowery Electric where Lindsey Wilson and the Human Hearts Trio was playing.

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Taikoza w. Jishoya Ichiro Ensemble (Japan)

TaikoZaTaikoza is presenting their exciting and electrifying program, Voice of the Earth, with their big Japanese drums, powerful rhythms and room thumping energy. It will feature the enormous ancestral Taiko drums colorful dances and soulful melodies of the Shakuhachi flute.

Guest artist from Japan: Jishoya Ichiro Ensemble, will bring their artistry from across the oceans to this wonderful program. Taikoza’s shows are immensely popular with all ages and promises to be a fun filled evening.

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