Who says you can’t get along with those annoying step kids? Mike E. Winfield explains the challenges of marrying an older woman and being a step father to a son with whom he shares similar qualities. Step Son AND Step Homies! Not only will you laugh, be prepared to fall in love with this relatable one hour of comedy.
During the 2019 Labor Day weekend, there was so much to do in Atlanta. It was so hard for us to determine what events we wanted to attend but when we saw that Mike E Winfield was coming back to Punchline Comedy Club, it was apparent that When We Speak TV would be there to support our friend and former When We Speak TV guest!
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VOTE BETWEEN SEASON 9 FINALISTS
JOSHUA COPELAND OR MELVIN CRISPELL, III
NOW AT BET.COM/VOTESUNDAYBEST
SEASON 9 FINALE WILL FEATURE PERFORMANCES BY TASHA COBBS LEONARD, VASHAWN MITCHELL, KELLY PRICE AND JONATHAN MCREYNOLDS
+ ERICA CAMPBELL TO DEBUT NEW SINGLE “PRAYING & BELIEVING”
With the competition officially over, this will be an unforgettable night of fun with the final 2
contestants, Kirk, the judges and an array of special guests as BET concludes the series with an
all-star Gospel celebration. And of course, at the end of the show, BET will announce the winner
of Sunday Best season 9!
The season 9 winner will receive a recording contract with RCA Inspiration, a cash prize of $50,000 and the title “Sunday Best.” BET will crown the season 9 Sunday Best winner on Sunday, August 25th at 8:00PM ET/PT. The finale episode will feature special performances from GRAMMY Award®-winner Tasha Cobbs Leonard, multiple Stellar Award-winner VaShawn Mitchell. Fans will also see soul stirring performances from judges Jonathan McReynolds, Kelly Price, and Erica Campbell debuting her new single “Praying & Believing.”
For updates and more information about Sunday Best, please visit BET.com/SundayBest.
Join the conversation on social media by using the hashtag: #BETSundayBest.
Tune-into the season 9 finale of Sunday Best on Sunday, August 25th at 8:00PM ET/PT on BET.
In Cornbread Fish’n Collard Greens, Grammy-Award Winning Singer and Songwriter, Anthony Hamilton, describes in vivid detail the passion, inspiration, and methodology behind his large catalog of music. The father of six, Hamilton is very big on family unity and the importance of instilling moral values and wisdom into each generation. Drawing upon his own experiences, from his early childhood to manhood, Hamilton shares his intriguing thought process and validates how his body of work directly reflects his real-life experiences.
Fans of Hamilton will be mesmerized and emotionally touched to discover the meaning behind their favorite songs. It is rare to be given access into the talented mind and technique of such an acclaimed musician. Growing up in the south, food played a significant role in Anthony Hamilton’s life. Included in the book are some of Anthony Hamilton’s favorite delicious recipes. His favorites being Cornbread, Fish and Collard Greens. Many have come to believe, the cornbread gave him his stability, the fish gave him his serenity, but the collard greens gave him his soul, making him the musical icon he is today!
Many of you many know Gizelle Bryant from the reality tv show, Realhousewives of Potomac. In addition to being a reality star, Gizelle is also making her mark as an author, with her new book, My Word.
When We Speak TV would like to congratulate Gizelle Bryant on the publication of her book and we wish her the best in all her endeavors.
PURCHASE "MY WORD" BY GIZELLE BRYANT NOW!!!!
XSCAPE, FREDDIE JACKSON, YOLANDA ADAMS AND ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT TO RECEIVE BLACK MUSIC HONORS RECOGNITION
Chicago based television production company Central City Productions announces the 2019 Black Music Honors television taping set to take place on Thursday, September 5th at The Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre in Atlanta, GA. During this star-studded two-hour television special, Central City Productions (CCP) will honor artists and musicians who have influenced and made significant contributions to American music.
Hammonds House Museum presents Hammonds House Honors, an evening of celebration and recognition of excellence in Black visual art. In the inaugural year iconoclast photographer Roy DeCarava is remembered on the 100th Anniversary of his birth, and seven individuals who elevate the visual art of the African Diaspora through their passion, creativity and commitment to artistic and cultural excellence will be honored. The evening will kick off with a cocktail reception at 6:15 pm, followed by a glamorous award show at 7:30 PM. Monica Pearson will serve as host. In keeping with the spirit of this artistic occasion, dress will be artistically chic. The 2019 Hammonds House Honors will take place on September 12 at Southwest Arts Center, 915 New Hope Road SW, Atlanta, GA 30331. Tickets are available at hammondshouse.org/events.
Each year during the months of June, July, August, and September, the City of Norcross features the Jazz In The Alley concert series. And each year it has been an amazing line up and FREE to the public,
We are entering the second half of the 2019 Jazz In The Alley concert series but you still have time to join us in Norcross, Georgia.
The next dates are:
August 17th- The 4 Korners & YemiConga
Greg Robbins is a vocalist based in Brooklyn, NY. Born and trained in Atlanta, GA, Greg has a very resonant and classy sound which is compared in style to Johnny Hartman, Harry Connick Jr., Kurt Elling, and Gregory Porter. He performs throughout the country at jazz clubs, music festivals, wedding receptions, swing dances, and more.
ROD HARRIS JR.
Rod hails from Atlanta, Ga. He has performed with countless national and international artists crossing musical genres from jazz, gospel, hip-hop, and soul. In 2018, Rod was nominated for a Grammy Award (R&B Soul) for his musical contributions to Musiq Soulchild’s Album Feel The Real (2017). As a jazz guitarist, Rod has performed in numerous festivals and concert venues throughout the U.S. and with the release of the X/O EP, Rod is looking to take his sound to new territory.
A life without music is not a life worth living according to Remey Williams, a rising producer, lyricist and vocalist. As the son of Jimmy Williams, bass player for the legendary R&B group the O’Jays, Remey has grown to develop an undying passion for performing soulful music that connects to audiences both young and old.
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Known as the “Queen of Chicago,” and one of the most underrated singers of the new millennium – Johnson returns to music with the release of her 10th album, “WOMAN” in Fall 2019. Syleena empowers and calls all women to stand up for themselves and to be bold, brave and fearless, declaring 2019 as the “Year of the Woman.” Her current viral single, “Woman” can be viewed here.
Johnson states, “I am so excited that the ‘Woman’ album has found a new home with Entertainment One. Thank you to Gina Miller for believing in me and Entertainment One for helping me bring this project to life. Galatians 6:9 says, ‘Do not grow weary in well doing, for in due season you shall reap what you sow, if you faint not.’ I thank God for this season. The season of the Woman."
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BronzeLens seeks to showcase films by seasoned as well as the “next generation” of filmmakers that are by, for and/or depicting people of color, particularly of the African Diaspora. The Festival features outstanding films and workshops, Master Classes and Conversations about the art and business of filmmaking. Previous partners have included BET, HBO, OWN, Turner and many others.
Recipients of BronzeLens Film Festival qualifying awards will be eligible for consideration in the Short Film category of the Academy Awards® without the standard theatrical run, provided the film otherwise complies with Academy rules.
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