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Photographer Lisa Pacino and Tony Award winner George Faison.— George Faison is a dancer, choreographer, teacher, theater producer, co-founder/artistic director of his Faison Firehouse Theater, winner of a 1975 Tony Award for The Wiz, Tony Award nominated for Porgy & Bess in 1983, and an Emmy Award nominee. He was a featured dancer with the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater and danced in the original 1970 Broadway production of Purlie. He worked with Stephanie Mills, Geoffrey Holder, Ashford & Simpson, Earth, Wind and Fire, Patti Labelle, Melba Moore, Dionne Warwick, among others.— Photograph by filmmaker Samuel D. Pollard. Tribeca Film Festival, New York, April 22, 2018.
56 / 487 Photographer Lisa Pacino and The Last Poets (Abiodun Oyewole & Umar Bin Hassan).— The Last Poets are among the African-Americans who rose up during the civil rights movement's black nationalism in 1968. Their work is a fusion of poetry, spoken word, hip hop, and music. Tribeca Film Festival, New York, April 22, 2018.
Photographer Lisa Pacino and Black Ivory (Leroy Burgess, Stuart Bascombe & Russell Patterson).— Black Ivory formed in the early 1970s from Harlem and were managed by Patrick Adams.— The World Premiere of Mr. Soul! the documentary by Melissa Haizlip at the Tribeca Film Festival, New York, April 22, 2018. Photo by Vannessa Jordan the CEO & President at The National R&B Music Society Inc. Tribeca Film Festival, New York, April 22, 2018.
Photographer Lisa Pacino photographing (left). The Performing Arts Hall of Fame, Lincoln Center, New York inaugural induction ceremony and dinner gala, June 6, 2017: Leontyne Price, Louis Armstrong, Plácido Domingo, Yo-Yo Ma, Audra McDonald, and Harold Prince are the first to be inducted into the First Class of Legends at Lincoln Center.
Grammy Award winner EARL YOUNG and photographer Lisa Pacino. Earl Young is the founder and lead of The Trammps, an essential artist in the Philly Sound, and one of the most IMPORTANT drummers for over 50 years. He's the INVENTOR of the disco style of rock drumming, as he was the first to make extensive and distinctive use of the hi-hat cymbal throughout the playing time of an R&B recording. His four-on-the-floor is a rhythm pattern that's used in practically all disco and dance music.
Legendary FIRST CHOICE (Andre A. Jackson, Ursula Herring, Annette Guest) and Photographer Lisa Pacino.— I love these photo- but it was very humid, running around, sweating, and even with all my hair gels I'm a mess- Maxine Nightingale let me use all of hair products too, she bought a suitcase full. I took photos with all Maxine, Tavares, etc.