Chicago School of Blues: Video & Links
- Chi School Blues on YouTube
Chicago School of Blues faculty talk about their mission and lead an afterschool workshop with Chicago elementary school children.
When she's not designing cool programs for the Chicago School of Blues, Taj helps women dance the divine feminine, worldwide. She portrays her art with magnificent photos in her books Final Feliz Volume I and II, and exploration in human communication. Her insightful travel journal on pursuit and achievement, RocStar, is a must read on the perils and triumphs of pursuit and achievement. A life guide tale for children, Twinklz Finds a Star, debuted at the Las Vegas Library in 2011. Taj's voice can be heard in an audiobook and an Instructional DVD series.
- Final Feliz Foundation
Miss Taj, the dancer, weaves connections among adults and children around the world, one thread at a time, with the goal of bringing us all to a higher plane. Her Final Feliz Foundation (the name is Portugese for "happy endings") supports projects which help children from all cultures and economc levels make these connections.
- Stepson of the Blues
The autobiography of today's Chicago blues singer and drummer Larry Hill Taylor, who wants to carry on his musical heritage. Bonni McKeown, a teaching artist in the Chicago School of Blues, is the book's as-told-to co-author.
- Barrelhouse Bonni
Blues piano player and historian Bonni McKeown, a teaching artist in Chicago School of Blues, shows you her old fashioned style, the honky tonk and boogie woogie played in roadhouses and juke joints before electric instruments were ever invented. In those days, a piano was like a whole band!
- ChiSchoolBlues on Facebook