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Songs of Social Justice Live Concert

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As Senator Orrin Hatch finally leaves the United States Senate the legacy of Martin Luther King Day will come to pass. Hatch and many Republicans in Congress voted against honoring the Civil Rights Movement and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with a holiday as recent as 30 years ago. The legislation introduced by Congressman John Conyers was later supported in music by Stevie Wonder with the ‘Happy Birthday’ song which reigned in support throughout America.

January 14, 2018, you will have the chance to honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in song with Pastor David Alexander Bullock. At the historic Baker’s Keyboard Lounge the music of Marvin Gaye, Curtis Mayfield, and Nina Simone will feel the room for the ‘Songs of Social Justice Concert.’ Marches, speeches, and luncheons all played a pivotal role in the Civil Rights movement. Music is a component often lost in the fight for human rights and social justice throughout America.

Learn about Reverend Bullock’s take on Social Justice and music. Also, find out the role Mahalia Jackson played in making sure Dr. King stayed focused on his work.

All Eyez on Me 20 Years Later

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February 13, 1996 Tupac Shakur released the double album ‘All Eyez on Me.’ It was his 1st release on Death Row records. After his release from prison in 1995 he recorded the album in 1 month. This is a look back at the music, time, and message of ‘All Eyez on Me.’ Featuring interviews from David Alexander Bullock, Khary WAE Frazier, Yuser Bunchy Shakur, Supa Emcee, and Sterling Toles.

My Detroit Story: Pastor David Bullock

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I continue my July feature of the Preacher David Alexander Bullock by sharing some of his Detroit Stories. This is a special youtube video feature that’s all of 7 minutes but fantastic! Pastor Bullock shares stories about Mayor Coleman Young vs NWA, Nelson Mandela, and the beloved Ortheia Barnes. This feature provides a closer look into the upbringing and cultural mix of Pastor Bullock. We also discuss his passion for music. As a bonus he offers an exclusive listen to his song ‘Price of Love.’

Ortheia Barnes Music Festival

Featuring performances by Khary WAE Frazier, David Bullock, Luther Keith, and Thornetta Davis. We will honor the legacy of Ortheia Barnes in spirit and song. Advance tickets are $20 and tickets at the door are $25.

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