03/12/14 By Larry Reni Thomas
NORTH CAROLINA JAZZ APPRECIATION MONTH KICK-OFF: BOOK SIGNING AT THE FLYLEAF BOOK STORE, CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA: THE LADY WHO SHOT LEE MORGAN by LARRY RENI THOMAS
BOOK SIGNING AT THE FLYLEAF BOOK STORE, CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA: THE LADY WHO SHOT LEE MORGAN by LARRY RENI THOMAS
BOOK SIGNING: THE LADY WHO SHOT LEE MORGAN by LARRY RENI THOMAS
APRIL 5, 2014 The Flyleaf Book Store, Chapel Hill, North Carolina
The Flyleaf Bookstore, 752 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd, Chapel Hill North Carolina, presents a book signing, April 5, 2014, at 2 pm, featuring Chapel Hill, North Carolina-based writer/radio announcer, Larry Reni Thomas, who will sign copies and talk about his latest book, The Lady Who Shot Lee Morgan. The book is about former Wilmington, North Carolina resident Helen Morgan, and her life with her late husband, famed trumpet legend Lee Morgan, whom she shot and killed in 1972, at a New York City nightclub called Slug’s.
Thomas, who interviewed Ms. Morgan, in February 1996, a month before her death, will also present an audio documentary called The Helen Morgan Project, which features Helen talking about her experience. Larry will also talk about the upcoming Swedish documentary movie American Jazz Musician, which is scheduled to be released soon and will also include Thomas and excerpts of the taped interview.
This event kicks off Jazz Appreciation Month (JAM) in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. This year is the 13th annual celebration of JAM which was created by The Smithsonian Jazz Museum in 2001.
For more information: www.flyleafbooks.com or call (919) 942-7373..
More Information: www.flyleafbooks.com
Larry Reni Thomas
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