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Black History Month Special

The Black Rock Coalition celebrates its fifth year in residence at the BAMCafe performance space inside the Brooklyn Academy of Music during Black History Month 2006. This show features music from the scheduled performers, such as Keziah Jones, 24-7 Spyz, Shaka Zulu Overdrive, Martha Redbone, Dr. Israel and Dreadtone International, Phil Moore Browne and others.


Black Rock Coalition Radio


The Black Rock Coalition was founded in 1985 by guitarist Vernon Reid, journalist Greg Tate, and producer Konda Mason in reaction to the constrictions that the commercial music industry places on black artists. Over the years it has broadened its mission in active support of Black artists who defy convention. These programs are produced and hosted by Earl Douglas, LaRonda Davis, and Darrell McNeill.

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