Los Angeles – With California’s budget crisis wreaking havoc on the poor, some of the hardest hit are youth in foster care and their guardians. Having experienced eight foster homes between the ages of four months and 15 years old, Grammy nominated producer Kashif, knows on a personal level the dilemma such a crisis can cause.
Daily Archives: July 1, 2010
Los Angeles – The Annual African Marketplace and Cultural Faire may have its roots in its native city of Los Angeles, but the world has its roots in it. A community institution conceived and produced under the auspices of the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs by James Burks, The African Marketplace and Cultural Faire has been selected twice to the list of top 100 events in North America in the last ten years and is perhaps the nation’s longest running cultural event.
The ArchAndroid has been out since May 18th.
The iconic UK based artist Howard Jones returns with a seminal new album, Ordinary Heroes, set for US release June 29th, 2010. The new collection is Jones’ most personal album to date, a stripped down straight ahead pop album filled with classic piano and string infused songs.