TR Rongstad Interviews Angie for Grave Stories Feature on Blind Blake

TR Rongstad Features Arthur “Blind” Blake in Grave Stories

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

Talking Creativity between Ben Merens Angie Mack Reilly

Angie’s Early Pioneering Activism for Obscure Local Blues History (2004-07)

Here are some of the early efforts trying to recognize the valuable contributions of the early 1900s Paramount Records label

Forgotten blues: excerpts from angie mack reilly (2004)

“Forgotten Blues” excerpts © 11/04 Angela Mack originally published on paramountshome.org and creativeconnectionarts.org I first became aware of the Paramount story when I received a bulk letter in my Grafton, WI mailbox close to the turn of the 21st century. It was from a man that I did not know. He claimed that Grafton, WIContinue reading “Forgotten blues: excerpts from angie mack reilly (2004)”

“A prophet is not without honor except in his own town”

Angie Lays the Groundwork for a Massive Music History and Culture Initiative That Gains International Attention

2010: Dutch Author Alex van der Tuuk Visits the Grafton House of Blues

Paramount Records Scholar and Writer Alex van der Tuuk shares rare visit to Grafton WI in 2010. Media Inquiries: angie@ozaukeetalent.com