Hello everyone, I hope you and your family are in good health. To my musical family and friends who have lost a loved one this month, my prayers and heart of love goes out to you. Remember God is still in control.
I want to start off with something happy and fun, beginning with my dear friend Travis Winkey. Travis earned his title honestly, “The Prince of Fashion.” He is always greeted with a standing ovation from the crowd when he enters the stage to announce his models. He has traveled the world and in his travels he has met many people from all walks of life. But, he has always stayed steadfast to his dream to be an extraordinary, successful and professional Black man in fashion, who has overcome insurmountable odds. When Travis struts on stage with perfection, the “catwalk” is all his. Believe me, he owns it! His gift and talent has gained him recognition and notoriety as the best of the best. If you have been to any of his shows, you know what I am talking about; if not you will have a real treat at his upcoming show. It will be hosted
by Travis Winkey & Empyre Productions giving their 1st annual Baltimore Players Ball Halloween Party, on Oct. 31, 8 p.m. until 1 a.m. at the Downtown Cultural Arts Center, 401 N. Howard Street in Baltimore. Your ticket will include live entertainment by two bands, DJ dance music, prizes for the best dressed player, food, drinks and a comedy show. For more information, call 301-537-7615 or 410-669-1220.
Okay, keeping you in the happy zone a little bit longer, if you can get away next weekend, Voice Distributions LLC & the Sessoms Group Inc., are hosting a Classic R&B Weekend & Empowerment Conference, Nov. 3-5, a three day weekend of live comedy shows, parties, buffets, semi-formal dinner, workshops, breakfast and a live concert featuring: The Whispers, Russell Thompkins Jr. and The Stylistics, Tavares, Ray, Goodman and Brown, Lenny Williams, Blue Magic and many more at the Hershey Lodge, 325 University Drive in Hershey, Pa. The Bus trip and hotel is included. For ticket information, call 888-210-8009. Sounds like a great get away.
Before I leave you, please join me by sending condolences and prayers to the family of Anthony “Doc Doo-Wop” Ferrell, who passed away last week. Also to the family of Baltimore’s own Gabrielle Goodman and David Bunn, both international jazz performers, who lost their mother, Elizabeth Bunn last week. Also, God rest David Hollingsworth who passed away last week.
Fullwood Travel is remembering Stella Fullwood, who passed away this year by continuing her legacy of her popular bus trip to the Al Hirschfeld Theatre, 302 West
45thStreet, New York, NY to see the musical “Kinky Boots” on Nov. 4. For more information, call 410-542-2530.
Well, my dear friends, I have run out of space, but remember if you need me, call me at 410-833-9474 and email me at [email protected]. Until the Next Time, I Am Musically Yours.