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Sir The Baptist live from 2015

Sir the Baptist from September 2015 live at Jerry’s sandwich shop

Nile Rodgers interview from 2012

Nile takes a moment to comment on a rare pressing of “Dance, Dance, Dance”, CHIC’s very first single originally slated for release on Buddah Records — plus live footage of Nile ft. The CHIC Organization at Damrosch Bandshell. Thanks to the Lincoln Center staff. http://lcoutofdoors.org/

Nile’s in Chicago with CHIC + Earth, Wind & Fire – 2054 tour at United Center 7/26/2017.
Click here for tickets!

 

For the full story, please purchase Nile’s biography “Le Freak” from these fine booksellers
Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Le-Freak-Upside…
Barnes & Noble: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/le-fr…

 

from our 2012 original blog post:

Buddah Records pressing of CHIC – Dance Dance Dance (Yowsa, Yowsa, Yowsa)

Watching one of my childhood heroes onstage in NYC was one of summer’s best moments for me.  Just looking at Nile Rodgers made me tired LOL. Here he is performing, bouncing around onstage, snapping photos of the opening act and after with the fans, one day after a nerve treatment with a cancer specialist.  You can read more about his victorious life & recovery at his Planet C blog here.

We want to thank his staff, the A team, for giving us access to continue our twitter conversation on a topic he discusses at length in his book “Le Freak”– Chic’s very first single, the Buddah pressing of “Dance, Dance Dance” (Yowsa, Yowsa, Yowsa). Thank you Nile for your generosity & inspiration!

Thanks to the staff at Lincoln Center for press access! Enjoy the photos below and check out Lincoln Center Out Of Doors site.   More photos here courtesy of Lisa Edwards (Feel the Vibe TV)

Gang Starr Interview from 2003 part 2

Enjoy part 2 our coverage of the legendary hip-hop duo Gang Starr from their 2003 ‘Ownerz’ tour — one of their final interviews together

Gang Starr Interview from 2003

Enjoy part 1 our coverage of the legendary hip-hop duo Gang Starr from their 2003 ‘Ownerz’ tour —  one of their final interviews together

Naomi Campbell at the 70th Annual Cannes Film Festival

One of the original supermodels — and first black covergirl from europe 25 years ago — speaks to Eve Jackson about her charity Fashion for Relief, which hosted a catwalk show in Cannes raising money for the Save the Children charity, pulling in stars such as Leonardo DiCaprio, Uma Thurman, Kate Moss and Queen Rania of Jordan. She also spoke to FRANCE 24 about the refugees she spent time with in Jordan.

DJ Benji B (BBC Radio 1 / Deviation) on Groove Parlor TV

DJ Benji B (BBC Radio 1 / Deviation) on Groove Parlor TV

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