This week's guest is Vince Leggett, the founder of the Blacks of the Chesapeake Foundation. Vince is a history book of knowledge on the Bay. We discuss Tubman, Douglas, Black Annapolitan Watermen, Admirals of the Chesapeake, WaterWOMEN and pirates. Please listen, share and subscribe!
This is a quick clip of Vince Leggett discussing watermen being on the opposite sides of the track at home but together on the water. Full interview with Vince Leggett, founder of Blacks of the Chesapeake Foundation, coming soon.
Here is a quick teaser clip on Vince Leggett's upcoming interview on Blacks of the Chesapeake.
This week's guest is Carroll Hynson, Jr. (previous guest so listen to his first episode here Business Legend Carroll Hynson, Jr.)
Carroll talks about his time working for WANN and for Hoppy Adams at Carr's Beach. He talks about the white cluster of people who attended Carr's Beach. Notably, State Senate President Miller was a part of that crowd. We discuss the parades in Annapolis, the old Maryland Inn jazz scene, gospel music and DJing. Aliens, "scandalous" songs are also discussed. This is a fascinating historic episode about Annapolis, about Annapolis music and about the culture of Annapolis music through the years.
Here is a quick clip on the upcoming interview with Carroll Hynson, Jr. who worked for WANN during the Carr's Beach music boom in Annapolis. Times have changed.