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A B O U T    U S
Sharon Shines!
Talented chanteuse Sharon Martin
performs monthly “The 15th of the Month” with her band at Café Istanbul.
Warren Bell’s
“Buried History”
Documentary Unearths an
Interesting Past​
By Anita Oubre
By Dean M. Shapiro
Making Music New Orleans Style:
Dr. Brice Miller and his family
promote the city’s rich musical culture
Over the past 50-plus years, there isn’t much that Warren Bell hasn’t done in the media news business in New Orleans and elsewhere. His extensive background includes stints with television, radio, print media, public relations, and his most recent venture: documentary producer, writer, narrator and principal photographer. Warren’s 28-minute documentary, “Buried History: Finding Our Past,” which aired on WYES Channel 12 and other Louisiana Public Broadcasting stations in February, and is currently viewable on YouTube, is a
project that unintentionally fell into place through a sequence of events involving one of his family’s burial plots.
Over the past 40-plus years, New Orleans chanteuse Sharon Martin has performed all over the world with some of the biggest names in popular music, as well as locally with her own band. Her one-woman tribute to Billie Holiday in “Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill”
garnered rave reviews in both the local media and other media outside the New Orleans area between 2012 and 2017. In that production, which she performed
in several different locations to capacity crowds, she was both a singer and actor, recounting stories about the legendary singer whose life and career she was
portraying. For her performance she was nominated as “Best Actress in a Musical” by the Big Easy Awards.
It was standing room only in the main ballroom of a local downtown hotel. Hundreds of attendees cheered, took photos and danced in the aisles. The gentleman at the microphone donning a plaid bowtie had the voice most emcees dream of. In between announcements, he played his trumpet and led a handful of performers
on the stage.  His name is Dr. Brice Miller, a musician, composer, educator, lecturer, and owner of The New Orleans Music Company, a premiere family-owned entertainment company. “I am proud to be in a position where I can help the people of the culture take care of their families,” said Dr. Miller, affectionately known as ‘Doc.’ 
By Dean M. Shapiro