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
Angie Gets Interviewed by Poet Z.M. Wise: Co-Editor of Transcendent Zero Press
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Announcing Ozaukee Talent Blues School in Grafton, WI
Paramount Records Hits the Web
by Michael “Hawkeye” Herman Dec. 5, 2020 As an internationally recognized/touring blues musician/composer/educator/historian I can assure
Thank you Dustin Pickering and Mutiu Olawuyi for listening. Hence caring. We need more like you
Sandy Weisto of Riverwest Radio interviews Angie Mack about her original music
Purchase Early Blues: The First Stars of Blues Guitar
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
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
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.
Little Pink Anderson is a 2nd generation bluesman who is currently working on writing his own autobiography.
There is a lot to grieve about in the world right now on so many levels. It’s OK to cry.