105 Voices of History

Posted by Unknown Monday, August 31, 2009

Last night at the John F. Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. was an outstanding concert of 105 voices from the 105 Historic Black Colleges and Universities in America.

I had the pleasure of attending the inaugural event last year and was able to return to last night's 2nd year performance. It is quickly becoming the go to event of the year for African American people and lovers of good music.

Master of Ceremonies was Tom Joyner, he is truly hilarious. Special guest artists was Take 6.

But the special night highlighted a singer from each of the 105 HCBU's around the country. We cannot take for granted the special mission these colleges and universities have in educating African American talent.

Music is the rhythm of life and the love of music is the soul of our people.


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