He was more than just a cowboy. He was the top male motion picture box-office star, 1933-34-35, as selected by Motion Picture Herald; member, Aviation Hall of Fame, International Polo Hall of Fame, most widely-read syndicated newspaper columnist by 1935; wrote more than 4,000 daily and weekly newspapers columns and dozens of articles for nationally distributed magazines; wrote six books; anchored America’s first coast-to-coast radio hookup in 1928; star of highly popular Sunday evening radio program of commentary and entertainment, 1933-1935.
The Black & queer musician uses his art for justice, but is taking it to a whole new level. | read
We review the news of the week. Discussion of new movie, ‘Shirley.’ Music by Vagabon and Worriers | listen
Did he really think these politically vocal liberal artists would let him use their music? | read