Gone, But Never Forgotten
Hello everyone! This is Memorial Day weekend and I just want to recognize just a few of your friends and family that have passed on, but we have not forgotten.My column this week is dedicated to all who has loss someone. It doesn’t matter if it was last week, last year or many years ago our heart still misses them. Everyone displayed on my page this week were not only friends of mind but a family member, a love one or a friend of yours. You who read my columns every week know that I care and remembered too. These are just a few of the love ones we all lost. Save for your archives. To conclude my Memorial Column, you all are invited to the Memorial Service/Concert for Ethel Ennis Arnett. Pass the word to all of the musicians.
Top row l-r: Ethel Ennis, Biddy Wood, Joseph Eggleston, and David Hollingsworth; bottom row l-r: Clarence Shad Brown, Sr., Raymond V. Haysbert, Sr., Shirley Chavis, and Leon Manker. (Courtesy Photos)
The Ethel Ennis Memorial Concert will be held at the Miriam A. Friedberg Concert Hall, at the Peabody Institute, 1 E. Mount Vernon Pl., in Baltimore, May 24, 2:00 p.m.-3:30 p.m.The Johns Hopkins University’s Sheridan Libraries and Peabody Institute are very proud to co-host his memorial concert for Ethel Ennis with her family and friends. Ennis received an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters Degree from the University in 2008 and designated the Sheridan Libraries as the repository
of her archives in 2018. The special tribute, free to the public includes rare recordings of and interviews with Ennis; remarks by her husband, Earl Arnett; and live performances by her musical colleagues including jazz greats; Charles Covington, Stef Scaggiari, Mark Russell, Cyrus Chestnut, Marc Copland, and Gene Bertoncini.
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