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Houston Happenings with Great Day Houston and Mocha Man Style (August 1, 2019)
Mocha Man Style Publisher & Editor-in-Chief, Frederick J. Goodall, appeared on Great Day Houston with Deborah Duncan to discuss events in the Houston area this weekend (August 1-4, 2019). Watch the video below to get the scoop on what’s happening. Tweet us @mochamanstyle or leave a comment on our Facebook Page to share... Read more
Rhett Rotten Defies Gravity on Vintage Harley-Davidson Motorcycles
One weekend, I was surfing the internet to find something to do. I stumbled across an event, Rhett Rotten and his Wall of Death, at a local Harley-Davidson dealership. I’m a fan of motorsports so I decided to check it out. Boy, am I glad I did! With over... Read more
Photos From Mocha Man Style Presents Deborah D.E.E.P. Mouton
Mocha Man Style publisher Frederick J. Goodall hosted An Evening with Houston’s 3rd Poet Laureate, Deborah D.E.E.P Mouton at The Gite Gallery. “Poetry is the thing that lives everywhere. Poetry is the way we move, the way we talk,” said Mouton. The event, which included live poetry performances, Q&A... Read more
Mocha Man Style Events: An Evening with Deborah D.E.E.P Mouton (Houston’s 3rd Poet Laureate)
Join Mocha Man Style publisher Frederick J. Goodall for An Evening with Houston’s 3rd Poet Laureate, Deborah D.E.E.P Mouton. This seven-time National Poetry Slam Competitor, and Head Coach of the Houston VIP Poetry Slam Team, has been ranked the #2 Best Female Performance Poet in the World. Her work... Read more
First Friday Music Mix with DJ Alkemy
Each month, Mocha Man Style partners with The Gite Gallery to host a First Friday Happy Hour. It is a great networking event with African art, food, drinks, and music by DJ Alkemy. If you’re ever in the Houston-area, please attend one of our Happy Hour events or stop... Read more
Mocha Man Style Music: Curtis Harding Live at Austin City Limits Music Festival
Curtis Harding is a soul singer with a broad definition of soul. He found soul in Atlanta’s punk scene. He found it at rap shows. He found it in Bob Dylan records and gospel songs. “I take everything that I’ve learned from these different genres and put it in... Read more
Jorge Orta y su Tumbaká Live at Afro-Latin Fest
World-renowned percussionist Jorge ‘CroCro’ Orta formed this group in 2010 to explore the many styles of Latin and Caribbean music. The name Tumbaká comes from the African word ‘tumba,’ which in some West Indies islands, is synonymous with percussion. Tumbaká’s members are bongo player Orlando Andrade (Colombia), in timbales Rhumer Mora... Read more
Eric Benét Shares His Thoughts on Music, Marriage, and Fatherhood
Singer, songwriter, and actor, Eric Benét, has released seven albums and earned a #1 hit on the R&B chart with “Spend My Life with You” (featuring Tamia). He has also earned four Grammy Award nominations – Best Traditional R&B Performance, “Sometimes I Cry” (2011); Best male R&B V0cal Performance,... Read more
Exclusive Single Release Preview: “Songs I Wrote When You Left” by Sha Davis and the 1990’s
I set out to write a song about the way you loved me/ I end up writing a song about the way you left me – Sha Davis and the 1990’s from “Songs I Wrote When You Left” I first saw Sha Davis and the 1990’s perform at Cafeza,... Read more
African American Cosplayers at Comicpalooza 2018