It’s a great Saturday to catch up on Bootleg Like Jazz – click below for a snippet of our recent episode recapping Insecure on HBO. Entertainment Correspondent Cameron King brings you up to speed on what you missed.
Tomorrow, a new episode at 5 p.m. c.s.t here on Bootleg Like Jazz tune in and join out conversation about the potential impact of government orders to cover your nose and mouth in public and how race will play an impact.
Don’t worry you can still catch my interview with one of Houston’s most accomplished radio personalities Cameron King.
Full interview available here: https://bootleglikejazz.com/2020/04/21/meet-cameron-king-a-kick-boxer-radio-personality-and-industry-insider/
Cameron King is a bilingual radio programmer and digital strategist. Born and raised in Houston, Tx, she has developed an affinity for the Spanish language throughout her travels to places such as Spain and Costa Rica. After obtaining her Bachelor’s degree in Public Relations and Spanish at the University of Texas at San Antonio, she moved to Puerto Rico to pursue her Master’s in Spanish Translation.
After moving back to Houston, she hit the ground running to jump start her communications career. As an on-air personality at KPFT 90.1, creating content that is organic, genuine and thought-provoking is her priority. A storyteller from the very beginning, she started as a theater kid at age 10; and as she got older, maneuvered into a multitude of creative spaces. Her goal is to transition from radio into the tv and film industries to appear on-camera, write, direct, and produce.
Here are a few of the monumental accolades she has received:
- UTSA’s student-run college newspaper The Paisano and student-run radio station Rowdy Radio
- UTSA’s student chapter of the American Advertising Federation
- as a PR intern at the Esperanza Peace & Justice Center, a culturally-based non-profit organization
- a Project Manager and Social Media Associate for Nice Media Group, a print and digital media management firm.
- a Programmer at Houston’s local community radio station, KPFT 90.1 Black on Both Sides
- E-board personnel for Fashion Week San Antonio and African Fashion Week Houston
Tune in tomorrow at 5 pm c.s.t to watch my conversation with Cameron King Co-Host of the show Black on Both Sides available on KPFT Houston, TX.
Tune in from 7 – 8 pm cst tonight @TerrellQuillin on Facebook. I’ll be talking about current events, having a Q & A session and I’ll interview a popular media personality on public radio Cameron King!
Meet Natasha Carrizosa poet, writer, and speaker. Her work is deeply rooted in her childhood and life experiences. Raised as the daughter of a fierce African-American mother and Mexican father, her writing reflects the dichotomy of these two rich cultures. She is author of mexiafricana, heavy light, and crown.
Her work has recently been published in ¡Manteca! – an anthology of Afro-Latino poets and R2: The Rice Review (Rice University.) She has performed her work and conducted workshops for audiences in Madrid, Paris, St. Lucia, New York, Chicago, Houston and countless other cities.
Her love for the arts inspired the creation of natty roots & rhyme – one of the most dynamic poetry open mics in the country.
Checkout more of her live performances here:
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Vanessa Rae Quillin is a Teacher, Certified Christian Counselor and Wellness Coach with a B.A. in Psychology from Belhaven University. Her purpose is to help others journey “WELL” through life. Vanessa is passionate about providing practical tools to help others flourish from the inside out. Her counseling platform “Wild Inner Wellness” encourages women and adolescent girls to be unapologetic about their individual wellness journey! Vanessa joins us today to discuss the move to virtual services by places of worship.
🚨New podcast episode dropping today at 5 p.m. c.s.t! 🚨
Check out the teaser video to get a glimpse of my conversation with Certified Christian Counselor and Emotional Wellness Coach Vanessa Quillin.
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In this installment of Bootleg Like Jazz, Raúl Orlando Edwards joins Q and discusses the history, major contributions and the impact Joao Gilberto had on Bossa Nova. We look into Bossa Nova’s rich origin story in the protests movement, similar to Jazz and later Hip-Hop, that would come to influence much of Brazil throughout the mid 20th century. Our conversation doesn’t end there as we dive into the exchange of cultures between many Black American and LatinX/Afro-LatinX musicians – most notably Quincy Jones and Rahsaan Roland Kirk producing their version of Bossa Nova in “Soul Bossa Nova”. Lastly, we spend time discussing the impact the nylon acoustic guitar and Samba had on the South American continent and beyond.
🚨 New podcast alert 🚨
New show tomorrow at 1 p.m. c.s.t. available here on www.bootleglikejazz.com/episodes – Most importantly go subscribe so you don’t miss it!
Also, click below and watch a snippet from the new show where we dive into the history of Bossa Nova and it’s intersection with Black American music from Raul Orlando Edwards !!! 🎧 🕺🏾
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Director of Photography: Alex Q of Bold Media
Music by: Matthew Hartnett from the album Southern Comfort “No Patience” and “Thursday Night”.
Recorded at The Barron Collective in Houston, TX.
Letrece has always been a true writer at heart. During her adolescence she began creating and editing a monthly newsletter that highlighted community events and creative writing. Letrece became illustrious by being a published author in her early teens with her poems appearing in several national poetry anthologies. Her writing expertise became more prevalent during her college years, where several of her articles and essays became required readings for a Sociology course at Loyola University New Orleans.
Hailing from Houston Texas with roots in Lake Charles, Louisiana, Matthew Hartnett brings to you a genuine heartfelt musical perspective with genre defying compositions and southern rooted influences.
With his one of a kind style, Matthew has graced stages all over the world performing with various artist including Lauryn Hill, Kirk Franklin, Talib Kweli, Bilal, Panic! at the Disco, Dave Chappelle and many more.
You can regularly find him leading ‘#TeamHornSection’ in various popular New York City venues. Matthew has stepped out of the background of the band debuting his 4 Star (Downbeat Magazine) rated solo project entitled “Southern Comfort”, released Feb. 2016. Stay tuned.
Nicole is a young, creative jack of all trades who styles, hosts numerous art events, works with models and actors on the daily, as well as co-owns a restaurant and catering business.
Music by: Idyll Green
Matthew : https://www.matthewhartnett.com IG: @Matthewhartnett, @thegumbojam, @heartsandhorns
Nicole: @simone.pierre.louis, @heartsandhorns and on Facebook: New Seasons Restaurant and Catering
Poet, storyteller, and essayist Roberto Carlos Garcia is a self-described “sancocho […] of provisions from the Harlem Renaissance, the Spanish Poets of 1929, the Black Arts Movement, the Nuyorican School, and the Modernists.” Garcia is rigorously interrogative of himself and the world around him, conveying “nakedness of emotion, intent, and experience,” and he writes extensively about the Afro-Latinx and Afro-diasporic experience. His second poetry collection, black / Maybe, is available from Willow Books. Roberto’s first collection, Melancolía, is available from Červená Barva Press.
IG: @robertobelike, @getfreshbooksllc, @bootleglikejazz
Music by: Idyll Green https://soundcloud.com/idyll-green