Tag Archive: Motown

Nov 22

Open Thought to Music: Educational Arts, Music & Talk Radio (EAMT)

  Educational Arts Music & Talk Radio Info   Educational Arts Music & Talk Radio (EAMT)   Educational Arts Music & Talk Radio will feature music in many different genres from musicians around the world. Talk shows cover topics in spirituality, health and wellness, pet care, traditional ministry and many more.  Music will fill the …

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Nov 19

Detroit News Freelance Writer Andrea Daniels Chats with Duane Parham

Detroit News Freelance Writer Andrea Daniels Chats with Songwriter/Producer Duane Parham Detroit saxophonist Duane Parham was 15 years old when he did his first professional performance at an east side club. He played a saxophone that cost his grandmother $100, and he’s been playing ever since. “I always wanted to sing,” says Parham from his …

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Oct 05

Open Thought: The Face Behind the ” Uncelebrated Musicians of the Motown Empire”

The Motor City   There are two key words that focus the reader’s attention on the subject of this article: Musicians and Motown. One accentuates and influences the other, and both are synonymous with Detroit.  For decades, music and Detroit have “clicked, bounced around” and then “jelled.”  Some of the world’s greatest talents have their roots buried in the …

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