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February 19th, Today in Black History: Ronnie Montrose

Ronnie Montrose was best known for his 1970s band Montrose, named after himself, which helped launch the career of Sammy Hagar. Later, Hagar joined Van Halen but continued to perform Montrose songs live.  He died on March 3, 2012. Click Here to purchase your copy of “The Speed of Sound”

 
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February 18th, Today in Black History: Maria Cole

Maria Cole, the widow of music legend Nat King Cole and the mother of singer Natalie Cole whose own singing career included a stint as vocalist for Duke Ellington’s orchestra in the mid-1940s, died on July 10, 2012  Click Here to purchase your copy of “Maria Cole”

 
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February 17th, Today in Black History: Erica Kennedy

Erica Kennedy is known to many readers for her hip-hop novel Bling, but her latest novel, Feminista, has been making waves for its so-called entry into the “bitch lit” genre and its unapologetically ballsy protagonist, Sydney, a writer who finds love almost despite herself. She died June 18, 2012. Click Here to purchase your copy

 
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