The Lincolnville Heritage Festival slated for November 5-7, 2010 in St. Augustine, FL. Features an Artist Line-up which includes: Boys II Men, Percy Sledge, Guitar Shortly, Joy Dennis, Michael Winslow, Willie Green, Kool & the Gang, The Blind Boys of Alabama, The Lee Boys, The Jazz Ambassadors of the US Army Field Band, Gospel Sunday performers.
Hosted by Michael Winslow
Celebrate St. Augustine’s rich African-American cultural heritage at the 27th annual Lincolnville Festival. One of the city’s oldest neighborhoods, more than half of Lincolnville’s buildings date from the late 19th century. Funds raised from the festival will be used for exhibits at the Fort Mose Museum. The festival kicks-off on Friday with live R&B music, food, and arts and crafts. Then on Saturday, there will be narrated tours of historic Lincolnville featuring the civil rights movement sites in the area, live country/pop, jazz and dance music all day with more arts and crafts and a “Soul Food Contest”. On Sunday, the day’s entertainment features gospel music and more food. The Lincolnville Festival is free and takes place on Granada and Washington Streets.Friday, Nov. 2 – Sunday, Nov. 4, 2007. Friday 5:30 to 10 p.m., Saturday noon to 10 p.m. and 2 to 6 p.m. on Sunday
New music from Joy Dennis, “Music Is”
Ri Magazine Review: “Joy Dennis exhibits indie artistry at its highest caliber, definitely for the mature and sophisticated. Her vocal skill can be compared to the likes of Natalie Cole, Jill Scott and even Angie Stone. Joy Dennis’ soulful-urban-jazzy-melodic vibe hits all the right spots! She has nationally hit the Indie Circuit with her debut single “He Awaits.”
The Debut CD “Music Is” is currently on sale. Visit http://www.joydennismusic.com to download your digital copy or to purchase your hardcopy.
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