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Students from Milwaukee Interview Angie for School Project on Paramount Records

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The students titled their video project,

Paramount Records:  The Key to Understanding Black History and the Foundation of American Music

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Students from Milwaukee Interview Angie for School Project on Paramount Records

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Embracing the Legacy of the Blues

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The Orchestra of the Night by Angie Mack Reilly

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Historical and Cultural Consultant and Project Planner

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Angie Mack Reilly

Contact: angie@ozaukeetalent.com

Historical consultant, researcher and educator with a strong background in arts leadership, marketing strategy, public art and cultural projects.

Highlights of Qualifications:

  • Wisconsin Historical Society website award recipient for paramountshome.org. The website was one of the first historical websites to digitally archive and find materials about Paramount Records.
  • Served as Historic Preservation Commission member under Chairman Ralph Zaun. Served as a Village of Grafton Ad Hoc Committee for downtown development under Administrator Darrell Hofland.
  • Chairperson for the Paramount Plaza Walk of Fame in Grafton, WI for an international board of researchers. Planner for various Walk of Fame ceremony events.
  • Historical Consultant for Kevin Ramsey’s musicals Grafton City Blues and Chasin’ Dem Blues which have premiered at The Milwaukee Rep Theater and other theaters across the nation.
  • Co-created a Paramount Walking Tour booklet. Led countless tours for writers, filmmakers and school groups to name a few.
  • Arranged for the first Blues in the Schools program for the entire Grafton School District.
  • Researched and found the unmarked grave of the Father of Ragtime Guitar, Arthur Blind Blake with an international team of researchers. Raised funds for and arranged for the musician to have a headstone.
  • Pitched the idea of a Paramount Blues Festival to the Cedarburg Cultural Center, Grafton Area Live Arts and the Grafton Jaycees. Provided initial groundwork, education, networking, planning and marketing for the festival. Co-managed the historical tent in the first year.
  • Pitched the idea of a segment about Grafton to the producers of the show PBS History Detectives. Worked with the producers for over a year as an historical educator about Paramount Records and Grafton, WI.
  • Scholarly contributor to both of Jack White’s Grammy Award winning Paramount box sets.
  • Co-founder of historical nonprofit Paramount G.I.G. (Grooves in Grafton). Event planner to raise funds for the Paramount Walk of Fame. Archive collector and manager for a mobile museum.
  • Named one of the top people in Ozaukee County by the News Graphic.
  • Received public acknowledgement from political representatives Mark Gottlieb, Jessica and Jim Doyle.
  • Created the Paramount Records: Recording the Delta Blues since 2011
  • Lifetime music educator, director and performer.

Angie has been interviewed by many podcast, radio, publication, web and video outlets. Her work has been recognized and recorded in books, magazines, websites and social media outlets around the globe.

Links coming soon….. Contact angie@ozaukeetalent.com

Community Guided Paramount Walking Tour with Angie Mack Reilly

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Angie on Sessions with Sandy through Milwaukee’s Riverwest Radio 7.26.20

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TR Rongstad Interviews Angie for Grave Stories Feature on Blind Blake

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Angie Gets Interviewed by Poet Z.M. Wise: Co-Editor of Transcendent Zero Press

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About Z.M. Wise

​Long version: Z.M. Wise is a proud Illinois native from Chicago, poet, essayist, occasional playwright, seldom screenwriter, co-editor and arts activist, writing since his first steps as a child. He was selected to be a performer in the Word Around Town Tour in 2013, a Houston citywide tour. He is co-owner and co-editor of Transcendent Zero Press, an independent publishing house for poetry that produces an international quarterly journal known as Harbinger Asylum. The journal was nominated Best Poetry Journal in 2013 at the National Poetry Awards. He has five books of published poetry, including: Take Me Back, Kingswood Clock! (MavLit Press, 2013), The Wandering Poet (Transcendent Zero Press, 2014), Wolf: An Epic & Other Poems (Weasel Press, 2015), Cuentos de Amor (Red Ferret Press, 2015), and Kosmish and the Horned Ones (Weasel Press, 2018). His debut play, Bottles of Emerald for the Demon Queen (Transcendent Zero Press, 2019), was published in late December of 2019. His sixth book of poetry, Illinois Infinitarium (Cherry House Press, 2020), will be published in the summer months of 2020. Other than these books, his poems, lyrics, essays, and book reviews have been published in various journals, magazines, and anthologies. The motto that keeps him going: POETRY LIVES AND LONG LIVE THE ARTS! Mr. Wise will make sure to spread that message and the love of the arts, making sure it remains vibrant for the rest of his days and beyond. Besides poetry and other forms of writing, his other passions/interests include professional voice acting, singing/lyricism/songwriting, playing a few instruments, fitness, and reading.  Besides poetry and other forms of writing, his other passions/interests include professional voice acting, singing/lyricism/songwriting, playing a few instruments, fitness, and reading.

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Angie’s Record Label: Hot Seat Records, Grafton WI

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It’s Good to Be Home (from the archives)

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It’s Good to Be Home by Angela Mack

Peformed at Spirit Life Church in Mequon, WI

Keys/Lead Vocals:  Angela Mack

Background Vocals:  Lori Wilke,  Tracy Martin, Beth Hammond

Drums:  Tom Wilke

Percussion:  Chris Musbach

Guitar:  Jay Walls, Karen unknown

Bass:  Ron Bush

Tin Whistle:  Monica Radzin

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“Just Talking: A Chat With Angie Mack Reilly 2.29.20” Ben Merens and Riverwest Radio

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