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Sunday, February 21st 2010

1:23 PM

THE EDUCATION OF LADY BLUES JACKIE AMOS


Jacqueline is a published author, artist, blues singer, composer, poet; Jacqueline has been featured in 18 one-woman art shows. Jacqueline is also documented with Brooklyn Council of the Arts, Museum of Modern Art, United Freedom Foundation, Olympic Visions in Harlem, John F. Kennedy Performing Arts, Humanitarian Services Award, Brooklyn Museum, Harlem State Building, International Directory of Artist, Absolutearts.com, American artist for famous Artist, Schaumburg Library of Black Studies, Proclamation from Borough President of Brooklyn, Plaque, Rhythm an Blues Singer, Nominated to receive the international Merit Award of Poetry,  International World Wide Artist Registry. Jacqueline has been also documented Black Poet Society, and One Million Movement. Which she performed at the Harlem State Building. Jacqueline is also affiliated with Medgar College Alumni. Jacqueline created a painting for Honorable Winnie Mandela at the Victoria Theater. Jacqueline has spent most of her time donating many of her paintings to charities. Whether it is her services to programs for children. Jacqueline Amos is an Ordained Minster, she is the director of Missions World Wide, International Faith Restoration ctr, She has been awarded the Humanitarian award by the Philippians People Ministry. Jacqueline have donated paintings to schools, lawyers, universities, auctions, educational facilities, these are just some of her contributions. Which also holds collection of Artist, Poet, Author, Jacqueline Amos

Jacqueline Amos has exhibited with the renaissance Artist,  Wessui, artist such as Leroy Campbell, Abdul Rochman, Floyd Sapp, Otte O’Neal, James  Seypeo, James Mc Coy, Teddy Gunn, these are just a few famous artist she have exhibited with.

Jacqueline donated 5 paintings all proceeds donated to the children of Assin Kruwa for Brand New School House. Which was honored to chief test Zakia of Harlem. She has also volunteered her services to human life. Jacqueline honored the late Queen Mother Moore a painting In My Fathers House. Queen Mother Moore marched with Martin Luther King, Marcus Garvey, Medgar Evers and many civil rights leaders. Many Collectors hold Jacqueline’s works of Art. Doctors, Universities, Hospitals, Churches, Banks, Corporations. Jacqueline prefer working in acrylic, but her over all goals is mix media,  Jacqueline Amos served on the Artist Advisory Board in Jamaica Queens, she also created shows for the members and staff, Blues, Poetry, African Drummers, as well as many medias, Jacqueline received media release for the work that she brought to the center, board, staff, and members; Jacqueline also exhibited with Art and Ability; Jacqueline states I am a person with capabilities nevertheless many might look at me, as a person with a disability, but my scars are deep within, but its better to be the giver than the receiver, because all wounds shall heal within.

World Wide Review of Jacqueline Amos/ By Jurate Macnoriute, Brooklyn Counsel of the Arts, Museum of Modern Art, Brooklyn Museum, United Freedom Foundation, Olympic Visions in Harlem, John F. Kennedy Performing Arts, Humanitarian Services Award, Harlem State Building, International Directory of Artist, American artist for famous Artist, Schaumburg Library of Black Studies, Ethiopia Coptic Church Museum, American Artist Association, International Word Wide; Jacqueline has been featured with Bcat TV. Jacqueline has performed 18 one-woman shows in Art. African Cafe, Medgar Evers College, Rotunda, 7 episodes The Biography of Artist Jacqueline Amos, Jacob Jarvis, 26 Federal Plaza, City College Grassroots Connection, Biography of Jacqueline Amos, Jacqueline has also been featured with Grassroots' connections, TV, Roundtable Radio. Jacqueline was also featured on Medgar Evers College Radio(Biography, Roundtable Radio, Supreme Court Building, One Million Women March, City Bank, Long Island University, Public Schools, Harlem Gallery, John F. Kennedy Performing Arts, Charles Inns Memorial Library, Women Creative Expressions, Medgar Evers College Art Auction and Sale, Featuring the works of renown Black Artist, Sky Light Gallery, A Moment Of Time Independent Arts Gallery, Federal Plaza, Jacqueline has been an access to Educational, Universities, Corporations, Churches, Jacqueline mentored at the New Rochelle School of New Resources, Brooklyn Campus Faith Annual Career Day Conference, Medgar Evers College, Junior High Schools, Public Schools, Essie Davis Memorial Annual Scholarship Fund Committee , Black Woman History Month Family Jazz loft,
Jacqueline is a graduate of Medgar Evers College, Degree in Education, and minored in Arts Education, Cambridge Who's Who In America, Emerald,  Jacqueline Amos a publish Author, documented with the Museum of Modern Art, Brooklyn Museum, Schaumburg Library Of Black Studies, Ethiopia Coptic Church Museum, American Artist Association, International Word Wide Registry, Harlem Gallery, Harlem State Culture Building, John F. Kennedy Performing Arts, Medgar Evers College Historical Art Archives, Brooklyn Counsel Of The Arts, Emerald Who’s Who’ Executives and Professionals, World Wide Artist, Humanitarian Award, Philippians and American People, Proclamation Noumi Arts (Borough President, Howard Golden Proclamation from, (David A. Patterson, New York State Senate, 29th District, Bedford Styvesant Art and Culture, Black Hero’s, Medgar Evers College Alumni

News Papers
Daily Challenge 1995 through 200
Amsterdam News ( Auction to Benefit Schools in Ghana   Dec 16, 1995
Able  Independent Living Center  August  1998
Our Time Press  1999
Biography Lady Blues Jackie In My Mama House
Lady Blues Jackie Amos is the newest style since the 1940's her influences such as Bessie Smith, Billy Holiday, Lenis Guess, Langston Hughes and many who came before her, in her unique style Lady Blues the soul of soul impacts the black roots of blues, Jacqueline favorite phase, I came through the back door, but now I am returning in the front. My Mama told me I was a country girl, I took the train on the silver Media, from the south, I don milk many cows, and road on the back of the bus, but I have arrived to another level of black jazz, for those who were before me, I must keep the torch burning, I am the new arrival from the past, Lady Blues Jackie have worked the fields of blues, and milked the clubs of Brooklyn's house, but I have been born again, on the back of the south, and in the new halls of New York, play me some of those down home blues, I will take you back to the woods of the south, through the mystery of blues, the cries of the pain that centered in man hearts, I have arrived to bring back that down home south. Lady Blues first gained widespread recognition Tar Hill Lounge, Cave, Fulton Terrace, Sugar Hill, Many of her compositions, " Lodi Pop, "I Got A Sugar Daddy", "He May Not Be Very Fancy", "Creeping," Lady Blues also a publish author and International Artist, this is just some of her contributions to the world of arts, Lady Blues said, I am the statue of the invisible blues, all that comes through me have lived and pass on, but though the synopsis of rebirth, I shall cloak the voices of black roots.
Lady Blues states nobody knows my name, buy my compositions shall compliment the sounds of black roots. The blues was born the motherland of suffering and pain, oh how the poetic revolution, when the Deep South lived and prayed by the black psalms. The history that bared the pain and the underground that brought a new day, through the suffering came enhancement, and through the roots of cries brought character.


Books by Jacqueline Amos such as Old Black Rivers Live Within Me,
The King Without A Crown Black Men Who Ware Shares Are Not Blind
Look A Little Higher Chilean, Know Walls To Shelter The Pain, Dignity Beyond Death, The memoranda From God Voices From The Heart, Man of A Thousand Visions, Black Waters Tell Them My Name, I Am Old Enough To Die,  Missing Books Of Blackness



CD’S
Quiet Storm Jazz
Lord It Hurt So Bad
Nothing But The Blues




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Tuesday, July 8th 2008

5:23 PM

Lady Blues Jacqueline Amos

 

 

Lady Blues Jackie Amos is the newest style since the 1940's her influences such as Bessie Smith, Billy Holiday, Lenis Guess, Langston Hughes and many who came before her, in her unique style Lady Blues the soul of soul impacts the black roots of blues, Jacqueline favorite phase, I came through the back door, but now I am returning in the front. My Mama told me I was a country girl, I took the train on the silver Media, from the south, I don milk many cows, and road on the back of the bus, but I have arrived to another level of black jazz, for those who were before me, I must keep the torch burning, I am the new arrival from the past, Lady Blues Jackie have worked the fields of blues, and milked the clubs of Brooklyn's house, but I have been born again, on the back of the south, and in the new halls of New York, play me some of those down home blues, I will take you back to the woods of the south, through the mystery of blues, the cries of the pain that centered in man hearts, I have arrived to bring back that down home south.
Lady Blues first gained widespread recognition Tar Hill Lounge, Cave, Fulton Terrace, Sugar Hill, Many of her compositions, " Lodi Pop, "I Got A Sugar Daddy", "He May Not Be Very Fancy", "Creeping," Lady Blues also a publish author and International Artist, this is just some of her contributions to the world of arts, Lady Blues said, I am the statue of the invisible blues, all that comes through me have lived and pass on, but though the synopsis of rebirth, I shall cloak the voices of black roots.

Lady Blues states nobody knows my name, buy my compositions shall compliment the sounds of black roots. The blues was born the motherland of suffering and pain, oh how the poetic revolution, when the Deep South lived and prayed by the black psalms. The history that bared the pain and the underground that brought a new day, through the suffering came enhancement, and through the roots of cries brought character, and character that sooth the suffering of the end of slavery and the roads to freedom. Lord I Ain't Going To Study War No More, I'se on my way to the freedom land, lord I shall open the door.

The Southern blues is the style of lady blues; her dynamic style portrays Billy Holliday, Bessie Smith, Etta James, Earthier Kit," My man Doesn't Love Me" Billy Holiday, and many exceptional lady blues singers, her high light is differently original, with that misty forte of blues aesthetics " Many say she is the resurrection of the past. Lady blues Jackie compose on the rhythm of the bars of notes; the melody instantly forms a historic symphony of blues. Lady Blues portray the 40's in her conservatory of originals, feeling the soul that lives within her, her vocal style at

 

times resemble Bessie Smith, and many masters of the blues. Lady Blues also creates a forum the back door blues.

I take on a new preservation of modern blues and jazz, with a touch of honey that sticks to my ribs, the legends that lives through me, The symposium preceded a performance of blues related to the compositions of her poetry, the pain of pleasure one might say sadistic in the format of relevance, the association of pain and pleasure, Lady Blues Jackie have been performing since the age of 19 relating to the stories of her family tree, I think she is genuinely.

 

 



 

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Monday, July 7th 2008

6:09 PM

PRESS RELEASE WHOSE WHO IN AMERICA, CAMBRIDGE, JACQUELINE AMOS


 

For Immediate Release                                                           

 

Jacqueline Amos Honored as a VIP Member by
Cambridge Who’s Who for Excellence in Authorship and the Arts
 
BROOKLYN, NY, February 8, 2010, Jacqueline Amos, Published Author and Blues Artist, and Visual Artist, has been recognized as a VIP Member by Cambridge Who’s Who for showing dedication, leadership and excellence in all aspects of authorship and the arts and education, .

With 35 impressive years of professional experience in the arts, Ms. Amos is truly an inspired visionary. Recipient of the Humanitarian Services Award, the Outstanding Artist Award and the Literature Award, her written works include, but are not limited to, A Message To A Black Son (2005)  In My Fathers House (2004), All Men Who Ware Shades Ain’t Blind (2005). The Talking Tree (2005) Black Waters Tell Them My Name (2005), I Am A Black Women, I Am Old Enough To Dye (2005), A Message To A Daughter Honor Shall Not Be Removed (2004), Black Mans Diary (2006) What You Know About A Ghetto Child (2005) Songs of Experience, God Light Is Green, etc.

Ms. Amos received her Bachelor’s Degree in Education and an Associate of Arts with a concentration in early childhood education from Medgar Evers College. Jacqueline was also featured on Medgar Evers College Radio(Biography, Roundtable Radio, Supreme Court Building, One Million Women March, City Bank, Long Island University, Public Schools, Harlem Gallery, John F. Kennedy Performing Arts, Charles Inns Memorial Library, Women Creative Expressions, Medgar Evers College Art Auction and Sale, Featuring the works of renown Black Artist, Sky Light Gallery, A Moment Of Time Independent Arts Gallery, Federal Plaza, Jacqueline has been an access to Educational, Universities, Corporations, Churches, Jacqueline mentored at the New Rochelle School of New Resources, Brooklyn Campus Faith Annual Career Day Conference, Medgar Evers College, Junior High Schools, Public Schools, Essie Davis Memorial Annual Scholarship Fund Committee , Black Woman History Month Family Jazz loft, Jacqueline created a painting for Honorable Winnie Mandela at the Victoria Theater Of Harlem. Jacqueline has spent most of her time donating many of her paintings to charities. Whether it is her services to programs for children. Jacqueline donated 5 paintings all proceeds donated to the children of Assin Kruwa for Brand New School House. Which was honored to chief test Zakia of Harlem. She has also volunteered her services to human life. Jacqueline honored the late Queen Mother Moore a painting In My Fathers House. Queen Mother Moore marched with Martin Luther King, Marcus Garvey, Medgar Evers and many civil rights leaders. Many Collectors hold Jacqueline’s works of Art. Doctors, Universities, Hospitals, Churches, Banks, Corporations. Jacqueline prefer working in acrylic, but her over all goals are mix media. Jacqueline has combined her talents and promote all at the same time.   Jacqueline has also honored Sonny Carson a painting that now sits in the office Committee To Honor Black Heroes.

Jacqueline is a graduate of Medgar Evers College,  Cambridge Who's Who In America, Emerald,  Jacqueline Amos a publish Author, documented with the Museum of Modern Art, Brooklyn Museum, Schaumburg Library Of Black Studies, Ethiopia Coptic Church Museum, American Artist Association, International Word Wide Registry, Harlem Gallery, Harlem State Culture Building, John F. Kennedy Performing Arts, Medgar Evers College Historical Art Archives, Brooklyn Counsel Of The Arts, Emerald Who’s Who’ Executives and Professionals, World Wide Artist, Humanitarian Award, Philippians and American People, Proclamation Noumi Arts (Borough President, Howard Golden Proclamation from, (David A. Patterson, New York State Senate, 29th District, Bedford Styvesant Art and Culture, Black Hero’s, Medgar Evers College Alumni


Jacqueline Amos has been archived with the Renown Artist Skylight Gallery at Medgar Evers College, the Harlem Gallery, and Belsky Art Society, World Wide Review of Jacqueline Amos By Jurate Macnoriute Europe, Ethiopian Orthodox Coptic Museum, The Center of Art and Culture of Bedford Stuyvesant Inc,, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, the Schaumburg Library of Black Studies, the International Directory of Artists, and the World Wide Art Registry. Ms. Amos has been featured on BCAT Television and performed 18 one-woman art shows. She has been featured at the African Cafe, on the Medgar Evers College radio, Rotunda and in the 7 episodes of The Biography of Artist Jacqueline Amos.


About Cambridge Who’s Who
Cambridge Who’s Who is an exclusive membership organization that recognizes and empowers executives, professionals and entrepreneurs throughout the world. From health care to law, engineering to finance, manufacturing to education, every major industry is represented by its 400,000 active members.
 
Cambridge Who’s Who membership provides individuals with a valuable third party endorsement of their accomplishments and gives them the tools needed to brand themselves and their businesses effectively. In addition to publishing biographies in print and electronic form, Cambridge Who’s Who offers an online networking platform where members can establish new business relationships and achieve career advancement within their company, industry or profession.
 
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