Hello my dear friends hope everything is well with you. This is such a fun time of the year for us all if we check out the positive things that are happening in Maryland and think less of the negative things. Speaking of positive things, by the time you read this my “Boo-Boo” and I will be on the road to South Dakota to a couple of music festival and casinos.
I recently discovered an event that has been going on, I understand for about five years and has successfully produced nineteen events. I have no idea how I could have missed such an unusual affair all these years. Now, I consider these events unusual because, I personally have not heard of a black-tie, tux and gown social event held outdoors in a park on Pennsylvania and Fremont avenues every year for the past five years. But I was recently contacted by the founder and CEO, a young lady who only answers to the name Queen Mehetabeel. Her organization is an advertising business and talent live net work, designed to re-establish financial stability, self-esteem, self confidence and respect among the adult and youth.
Now about her name; she informed me that she was inspired by the teachings of Yahweh Ben Yahweh, a self-proclaimed messiah. She says, “I have followed the teachings of this remarkable, clever and masterful minded teacher, who has set the standard in excellence in economically, educationally, spiritually and world peace. She continues to tell me that Yahweh Ben Yahweh was, still is, and will forever be the Son of God Yahweh. He has now ascended and I stand ready to represent him, as Yahweh Bot Yahweh, meaning the daughter of Yahweh.” Her goal is to impart a true functioning network designed to eradicate impoverished conditions. At “Princes & Princesses in Existence” event, ages are 7 to 22.
The children are trained to represent adult establishments, if they don’t have a talent or business. They are trained as potential doctors, electricians, commentators, motivated speakers professional sellers etc. Well ladies and gentlemen on June 27 at the Triangle Park on the corner of Pennsylvania and Fremont avenues you will get the opportunity to see a show of live entertainment, served an exquisite dinner, dress up in your tux and gowns, drive up in your limo and support a good cause at the same time. For tickets and more information, contact Queen Mehetabeel at 410-967-1321.
The famous or popular Hampton Jazz Festival is this week-end, June 25-27. The festival will take place over a three-day period at Hampton Coliseum and will feature some of the greatest names in R&B, soul and smooth jazz such as: Gladys Knight and brother, Bubba Knight; Keith Sweat, Dave Liz and Jonathan Butler, Charlie Wilson, Teena Marie, Maze featuring Frankie Beverley, En Vogue, Gerald Albright and Kirk Whalum and Joe, just to mention a few. To get more information on tickets, call 800-745-3000 or go to www.hamptonjazzfestival.com.
BALTIMORE VETERANS FETED IN CAMBRIDGE
The Veterans of the 231st Transportation Truck Battalion were treated well at American Legion Post 87 in Cambridge at a recent wonderful crab feast with an outstanding buffet. It was hosted by Orville Perry, who served with the unit when they were activated by the Maryland National Guard in 1950 to support the Korean War; his wife, Nora who prepared the delicious buffet, and Rev. George R. Aimes, Jr. DJ Willie Beasley provided the entertainment music.
EUBIE BLAKE JAZZ CENTER
The JEB Patton/David Wong Trio featuring Heath Brother, Albert “Tootie” Heath, drums with special guest Warren Wolf, vibes on June 27 starting 5 p.m. at the Center, 847 N. Howard St.
The American Legion Hall (Jackson & Jackson) Memorial Post 263 located at 151 Winters Lane in Catonsville is having their first annual crab feast June 26, 3-7 p.m. For tickets and information, call Marion at 410-504-9745.
The Rosa Pryor Music Scholarship Fund is having their Annual Deluxe Oldies but Goodies on July 17, 1-5 p.m. at Tiffany East Caterers, l4116 E. Lombard St. All the crabs you can eat with a dinner open buffet, cash bar and BYOB, music by DJ “Sugar Chris” and much more. For more information, call 410-370-0403.
Ladies and gentlemen, it is about that time for the fat lady to sing. I am out of time and space. If you need me, call me at 410-833-9474 or e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. UNTIL THEN, I AM MUSICALLY YOURS. I’LL SEE YOU AT THE NEWSSTAND.