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Weekly Wrap Up: Monday November 4, 2013

mike-calhoune4This was another busy week for the Culturocity team. We caught up with Mike Calhoun of the legendary Grammy award winning (Kinsman) Dazz Band of Cleveland, OH. Mike spoke to us by phone and gave us an update on his stellar career. Check out Mike’s profile in the Artists Directory. Other new artists to be listed on Culturocity include indie group Bowlsey, actress Brooke Boevers, and stellar musical duo Adam & Kizzie.

adamkizziepremierebwSpeaking of Adam & Kizzie, we also featured them in a Culturocity Spotlight as a followup to last week’s coverage of their world video premiere “With You Forever.” Check in and see what’s new with them, including their recent world video premiere and their album, The Book of EEDO: Vol. 1. … For those who missed it, also check out our review of the premiere.

 

a0294788344_10This weekend we hung out at Urban Roots and caught live music from eccentric and eclectic (yes, really, both of those) Dallas-based artist Quentin Moore. Read our review and find out why we said Quentin reminded us of a modern day mashup of Curtis Mayfield and Maxwell, and defies being defined merely as a neo-soul artist.

1239378_696568803690833_490042131_nWe were at Urban Roots again Sunday – something about that place – for 1st Sunday Brunch featuring the sounds of Nita Fruit (froo-EE) and Casino Band. The food was slammin’ and the music was jammin’. Find out what we experienced – it’s the next best thing to having been there yourself.

 

BB2013Brooke Boevers (Happy Birthday Brooke!) helped us out by contributing a review this weekend. She dropped in on The Rocky Horror Show and shared her point of view with us. Brooke should know. She takes her Rocky Horror very seriously. Check it out.

We also launched our Twitter and Instagram presences recently, and almost reached 300 likes on Facebook in our first full week since going live. Almost. A few more wouldn’t hurt, but we’re extremely grateful. Thanks to all our fans and friends!

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About The Author

Brian C Scott is the founder and Executive Editor of Culturocity. He is an author, poet and stage actor. He is a true lover of the arts in all forms, as well as a staunch advocate for the African American community. He is also a professional software engineer with over 24 years of industry experience. He holds Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in Information Systems. Originally from Cleveland, Ohio, he resides in Edmond, Oklahoma.

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