Category Archives: Black Music Month

  • Early Songs by The Valentinos Featuring Bobby Womack

    Jun 27, 14 by Larry Buford Leave a comment


    *I’m saddened today to hear of the passing of music legend Bobby Womack. Just the other day I was humming a song he recorded with his brothers as The Valentinos called ‘I’ll Make It Alright’ – the 1963 follow-up to their smash ‘I’m Looking For A Love.’ I believe the B-side to ‘I’ll Make It Alright’ […]

  • Chillin’ at the Long Beach Bayou Festival

    Jun 25, 14 by Ricky Richardson Leave a comment


    *Long Beach, CA – The arrival of the Summer Solstice is greeted with plenty of fanfare. Case in point, the official start of Summer fell on the same day as the Long Beach Bayou Festival. The festival was held on Saturday, June 21 and Sunday, June 22 (2014). Former residents of Louisiana can attest to […]

  • EURweb’s Lee Bailey on ActorsE Chat with Ron Brewington (Watch)

    Jun 24, 14 by Larry Buford Leave a comment


    Radio broadcast pioneer Lee Bailey appeared with host Ron Brewington on the ActorsE Chat show. Watch the video as Bailey offers some insight to his long and illustrious journey in broadcasting. Born in the southern town of Moreland, Georgia where writers Lewis Grizzard, and Erskine Caldwell (Tobacco Road and God’s Little Acre) also hail from, […]

  • New Eric Roberson Music: ‘Mark on Me’ (Listen)

    Jun 23, 14 by Al-Lateef Farmer Leave a comment


    *Eric Roberson is set to release his 8th studio album titled “The Box” on August 12, 2014 on B.L.U.E ERRO Soul/Liaison Distribution.   Eric’s first single, “Mark On Me” is a energetic feel good mid-tempo ballad, where he longingly reminisces about the ways his woman stays on his mind.  Roberson, a constant at the forefront […]

  • EUR on the Scene: 2014 Playboy Jazz Festival – The Tradition Continues

    Jun 21, 14 by Ricky Richardson Leave a comment


    *Playboy Jazz Festival-The Tradition Continues. Hollywood-The Playboy Jazz Festival returned to the iconic Hollywood Bowl, June 14-15, 2014 for its 36th edition. For 35 years, the festival sailed under the Playboy banner. The 36th edition is under new management, the Los Angeles Philharmonic Association, who promised and delivered a well attended and well received festival. […]

  • Sheri-Sher Discusses How First Female Rap Group Was Born (VIDEO)

    Jun 18, 14 by Ricardo A. Hazell Leave a comment


    History is a funny thing.   They say we need to study it or else we’re all doomed to repeat it.  It is in that vein that EURweb presents to you video of a conversation Ricardo A. Hazell of The Shadow League recently had with pioneering hip-hop artist turned author Sheri Abernathy, also known as Sheri-Sher […]