Tag: houston arts and entertainment

It’s that time again and the 2017 Houston Rodeo has released its list of performers for one of the biggest events of the season. Headlining this year’s “Black Heritage Day” is famed singer Alicia Keys.

A pause, a prose, a poetic flow for the soul, and it all went down Friday night at Dolce Ultra Lounge and Bistro. There were plenty of good vibes and emotion-filled composition at the “Poetry Lounge” as “Se7en the Poet” brought several artists to the stage, blessing the audience with rhymes of love, pain, betrayal and a little bit of heartbreak. But don’t get it twisted– there was plenty of fellowship and fun in the house as well. The mood was light, the lyrics were profound and the host was, as always, on his A-game as he made you think, listen and be still in the moment.

Oh yes, this is going to be good! We’ve all seen the Disney classi movie, THE LION KING but to see it performed live on stage will be a totally different experience. Now Houstonians will have their chance.

J.O. Malone is a young, gifted Black film and television producer with the perfect eye for film and photography. It is no surprise that the PVAMU alumnus had the idea to come up with the National Black Film Festival, which is scheduled to hit Houston April 5 -9, 2017. Malone sat down for a chat with N.W.A.

The 2nd Annual Houston Black Heritage Festival was one to remember as fans celebrated all over Discovery Green Park with music, food, fun and lots of fellowship! Check out all the footage from the show!