If you enjoy Karaoke, Amateur Comedy, Song, Poetry, Story Telling or just like to have fun, Open Mics is the place for you. At Open Mics Your The Star.
Open Mics has a simple goal, and that is to establish a, fun, safe, environment for music lovers and performance artist.
Happy Belated #Malaco Birthday to the late and Legendary Bobby Blue Bland (January 27th)! "You've Got To Hurt Before You Heal" is definitely a "Blue" classic! #MalacoBirthdays #MalacoBlues
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Is there a funnier television duo than Fred Sanford and Aunt Esther?! This scene showcases the amazing chemistry that made Sanford & Son great!
LaWanda Page (Aunt Esther) and Redd Foxx (Fred Sanford) were very close friends from the time they were pre-teens, having attended school and grown up together in St. Louis. Eventually, both entered the field of comedy separately and performed their own stage acts. During her tenure as a stand-up comic, a career she continued into the 1990s, Page often was billed as "The Queen of Comedy" or "The Black Queen of Comedy".
When Redd Foxx was offered a sitcom in Los Angeles, he brought his childhood friend Page to the attention to one of the show's producers, who was already familiar with Page and her act. Foxx subsequently asked Page to read for the role of Aunt Esther. She was offered the role after she auditioned. However, prior to taping, producers became concerned when Page, whose experience was limited primarily to nightclub stages, seemed to have difficulty working in a sitcom format. Eventually, one of Sanford and Son's producers told Foxx that Page would need to be fired and that another actor would need to be cast before the show could begin taping. Foxx responded by insisting that Page keep the part, even threatening to walk away from the show if Page were fired. The producers relented, and Page's Aunt Esther went on to become one of the most popular TV sitcom characters of the 1970s.
Redd Foxx and LaWanda Page were comedic giants who are sorely missed! RIP to both of these legends! #TurnThisUp!!! #eb4prez
Watch as these original "Soul Train" dancers look back at their time on the show and reflect on how their experiences transformed black culture. #SoulTrainDancerBET #AmericanSoulBET
Kids these days won't appreciate the greatness of 2pac and Snoop Dogg! What a duo... 👏👏👏
St. Louis Blues is a 1958 American film broadly based on the life of W. C. Handy. It stars jazz and blues greats Nat "King" Cole, Pearl Bailey, Cab Calloway, Ella Fitzgerald, Eartha Kitt, and Barney Bigard, as well as gospel singer Mahalia Jackson and actress Ruby Dee.
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Goodie Mob wanted to know who was peeping in their window in “Cell Therapy.” Check out the video:
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laughoutloud.com We all know that the way Kevin Hart’s bank account is set up that he’s got a checking, and then a savings...and he really can’t afford to lose anything - Especially not a dance battle. Kevin’s boy, Spank, steps up against some real dancers, and Kevin has to pay the price.
Everybody has a song that gets them in ~the mood~ if you know what we mean! For this week’s video, we’ve decided to bring together some of the greatest songs in baby-making music and add a touch of NTD magic to it :) Hope you like it! Let us know what you think and share it if your body is telling you YES
When You Take A Charge For Your Homeboy And He Don't Come Get You Out Of Jail🤷🏿♂️🤷🏿♂️😂😂😂
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[09/18/17] Open Mics
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[09/17/17] At Open Mics, you can let your Star Shine.
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