The Piano Lesson” by August Wilson Analyzed by Angie Mack (c) 2007 We all have a
Some of the podcasts, television appearances, radio interviews, articles and videos that feature Angie and her work
Talking Creativity between Ben Merens Angie Mack
Angie Gets Interviewed by Poet Z.M. Wise: Co-Editor of Transcendent Zero Press
Embracing The Legacy Of The Blues / From the South To The North by Michael “Hawkeye” Herman Part 2. Grafton, WI and Paramount Records
Angela became obsessed with knowing more about the history and importance of Paramount. The more she learned, the more confused she got. “Why wasn’t this a big deal in Grafton?”
Angie Mack lives on the Mississippi Blues Trail—in Grafton, Wisconsin—home to legendary Paramount Records.
Michael “Hawkeye” Herman Recounts Music Advocacy Efforts in Grafton, WI by Michael “Hawkeye” Herman Dec. 5,
Angie Mack-Reilly is our local historian and person who literally dug up the Blues history out of the Milwaukee River. Angie has always been very active with the arts in Grafton and most importantly, instrumental in uncovering the blues history in Grafton. We were in awe of her while talking about the extent of research she did to discover the blues history in Grafton and we hope you will appreciate what she did as much as we do!
Grafton City Blues” Interview with playwright Kevin RamseyPUBLISHED IN THE MILWAUKEE REP 2007/08 SEASON PROLOGUE PUBLICATION
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Angie Mack has been a long-time creativity coach and advocate for musicians….both dead and alive.
Music Producer and Photographer Dick Waterman speaks on behalf of Son House at the Paramount Walk of Fame Dedication in 2007
Local Music Teacher Successfully Pitches and Spearheads Cultural Change in Grafton WI
Blues Brings Musical Researchers and Musicians to Grafton, WI
Paramount Records Scholar and Writer Alex van der Tuuk shares rare visit to Grafton WI in 2010. Media Inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
From Grafton City Blues at the Milwaukee Rep to Chasin’ Dem Blues in Atlanta. Story of Paramount Records grows…..
Paramount Plaza and Henry Townsend Dedication
Read more about this song in my Soundcloud…… Intended for live musicians…..many musicians….
Angie on Fox 6 News talking about the musical Annie at the North Shore Academy of the Arts
Angie Brings One of Her Private Music Students on The Morning Blend Show in 2016
Pioneering work in Ozaukee County
Angie Mack talks about Paramount Records at the Grafton American Legion March 10 at 5:30 pm. Free and open to the public.
New Video Series: Open Your Mouth – Spiritual Conversations with Angie Mack
There is a lot to grieve about in the world right now on so many levels. It’s OK to cry.
Little Pink Anderson is a 2nd generation bluesman who is currently working on writing his own autobiography.
Pink Anderson was born in Lawrence, South Carolina, on the 12th of February 1900, and was raised in Spartanburg in the northwestern part of South Carolina.
Angie Mack has been a long-time creativity coach and advocate for musicians….both dead and alive. She is passionate about issues that affect musicians and creative people such as mental health issues, economic hardship and pirating. Angie has spoken to various groups of people about the creative process and how to embrace it.
rescued from https://web.archive.org/web/20130507081715/http://www.creativeconnectionarts.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=12&Itemid=43 “The Weary Blues” From the Eyes of a Musician A Harlem Renaissance Poet
Embracing The Legacy Of The Blues / From the South To The North by Michael "Hawkeye" Herman Part 2. Grafton, WI and Paramount Records
written by internationally recognized blues educator and performer Michael “Hawkeye” Herman in 2006
Lead Role in the Milwaukee Rep’s Biggest Show of the Year!
2014: Angie Doubles as Golde and Musical Director for Fiddler on the Roof at Next Act Theater in Milwaukee
“Angie Mack, played Goldie, with a strong voice….” –Ozaukee Magazine
Purchase Early Blues: The First Stars of Blues Guitar
Here are some of the early efforts trying to recognize the valuable contributions of the early 1900s Paramount Records label
Sandy Weisto of Riverwest Radio interviews Angie Mack about her original music
Strategies for Profitable Business “Use It … Social Media Marketing by Marcia Tillett-Zinzow Jan. 28, 2001
Angie Lays the Groundwork for a Massive Music History and Culture Initiative That Gains International Attention
When Angela Mack moved to her Falls Road residence in Grafton eight years ago, she had no idea her home was just up the road from a landmark site in American music history.
Five experts on Grafton’s Wisconsin Chair Co. music studio, which during the 1920s and early ’30s produced more than one quarter of the blues recordings in the United States, will participate in a panel discussion Saturday, Oct. 1, at the Cedarburg Cultural Center.
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https://angiemackcreative.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/exclusively-yours-magazine-by-angie-mack-reilly.pdf by Exclusively Yours Magazine Writer Judy Jepson . Published in August 2006
CBS 58 at the Cedarburg Peforming Arts Center
Angie Mack Raises Awareness About Mental Illness
“This is honestly the best job you can ever imagine. I love working with musicians and actors. I feel really lucky to be doing this,” Mack said.
North Shore Academy of the Arts Stagekids presented Elf Jr. at the Cedarburg Peforming Arts Center January 11-12
by Michael “Hawkeye” Herman Dec. 5, 2020 As an internationally recognized/touring blues musician/composer/educator/historian I can assure
“The Rise and Fall of Paramount Records”. Photos by Angie Mack
“Grafton City Blues” Interview with playwright Kevin RamseyPUBLISHED IN THE MILWAUKEE REP 2007/08 SEASON PROLOGUE PUBLICATION
How the musicians traveled to Grafton, where they stayed locally and what happened to many of their rare 78-rpm records now sought by collectors around the world are among the questions surrounding the Paramount story.
Hawkeye served for six years on the Board of Directors of the Blues Foundation in Memphis, and was chairperson of the Foundation’s education committee. He maintains an active touring schedule performing in concert and at blues festivals throughout the US/Canada/Europe, and his original articles about blues history appear in numerous national and regional blues magazines and newsletters.
In November of 2004, Hawkeye was inducted into the Iowa Blues Hall of Fame in Des Moines, IA.
TR Rongstad Features Arthur “Blind” Blake in Grave Stories
Arthur Blind Blake’s Death Certificate Finally Found! by Angela Mack April 2011 originally published on her