Harlem fave Nina Simone‘s classic 1965 albums I Put a Spell on You and Pastel Blues will be released as definitive audiophile-grade versions.
The Apollo Theater will present a special one night only concert celebrating artist, activist and Apollo legend Nina Simone with Nina and Me: Ledisi Celebrates Nina Simone Live at the Continue Reading →
Great footage of legendary Nina Simone at the historical 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival that took place in Marcus Garvey Park during the summer, only months apart from the inaugural Woodstock concert.
The Amazing Nina Simone reveals the real Nina Simone through over 50 intimate interviews with those who best knew the artistry and intentions of one America’s true musical geniuses.
Nina Simone performing live How it feels to be free with piano improvisation.
“Based on a true story” rarely means “based on the whole story” or even “based on the accounts given by the people who were actually there.” In fact, many filmmakers Continue Reading →
SHOUT SISTER SHOUT!, the story of music pioneer Sister Rosetta Tharpe, celebrates Women’s History Month by announcing its creative team.
By Whatever Means Necessary: The Times of Godfather of Harlem, directed by Keith McQuirter is inspired by the music and subjects featured in the EPIX original series Godfather of Harlem.
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