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BLUE - Original Cast Recording featuring Michael McElroy: Produced by Nona Hendryx

Into the heart of the matter!

Going to Washington in a few hours (can't wait!) where there's so much to do in the 'changing those things which need to be changed' department it's overwhelming but must be done! Come join the band and me, raise the roof off of the Ustreet club with your voice & singing 'I'm Mad As Hell, I'm Not Gonna Take It Anymore'! Hope to see ya there, Nona


The boys & girls are back in town

Just finished rehearsal w/ my band of funky rockn' band o gypsies! Nice to be back in the saddle again w/ my crew & the newbie Asa!


Little Black Pearl event in Chicago

8.11.11 I'm back in Chi-town w/a mini Mosaic, Terri Lyne Carrington & Esperanza Spaulding, we're joined by the lovely Lizz Wright for a fundraiser performance Saturday the 13th @ Little Black Pearl's school. We led a workshop with a Q&A for young music & arts students, it was fantastic! More later, Nona


'angels of humanity' The Opening of Kandake House, NY

My gratitude for the gift of giving & receiving to Greenhope & Kandake House, my Super Funky Band & Rockin Singers, Ronny Drayton, Warren McRae, Etienne Stadwjck, Trevor Gale, Keyontia Hawkins & Keith Fluitt.


I wanted to say how much I enjoyed being part of you opening celebration, your spirit and commitment to Greenhope & Kandake House is inspiring.  What I most enjoyed was speaking with the ‘ladies’ briefly as I was leaving and thinking of their possibilities, of the future for their children because of you and your team at Kandake House as I was riding home.

 ‘angels of humanity’ (a song I will write soon).




"Why I sing the blues" A play with music & dance about the life of BB King

What an inspiring night! Berklee has some ‘sangin & playin’ young artists, so many I won’t list them here but please follow the link below and when you have time, check em out!  I hope Berklee streams one of the shows, if they do, I’ll let you know.  If you’re in or near Boston tomorrow, join us at the BPC = Berklee Performance Center @ 3:00 & let the Blues rock you!

B.B. King: Why I Sing the Blues—An Original Musical

Sunday, May 1, 2011, 3:00 p.m.

Berklee students write and produce an original musical each year honoring an icon of American music. This year’s tells the story of the life and work of B.B. King. Please note that B.B. King will not be in attendance. Can’t make it to the show? Follow it live

$10 general admission