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I Called Him Morgan To Be Screened For The First Time In Baltimore, Maryland, August 3, 2019, At The Keystone Korner Baltimore
(Published: July 28, 2019)

Baltimore Jazzine presents the screening of the documentary "I Called Him Morgan" (www.icalledhimmorgan.com), a book signing and a post-screening discussion moderated by Baltimore-based musician/artist Tamm E Hunt with author/radio announcer Larry Reni Thomas, who is featured in the film. The event will take place Saturday, August 3, 2019, from 3:00 pm until 5:30 pm, at The Keystone Korner, 1350 Lancaster Street, Baltimore, Maryland.

"I Called Him Morgan" is a much-acclaimed documentary movie, about the life, times and death of the famed trumpet legend, Lee Morgan, who was killed February 19, 1972 by his common-law wife, Helen Morgan. It has received rave reviews in The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Time Magazine, Esquire, The Village Voice, Variety, Hollywood Reporter and other well-known publications. It was also nominated for the 2017 NAACP Image Award.

Larry Reni Thomas, a Chapel Hill, North Carolina-based writer/radio announcer, interviewed Helen Morgan in February 1996, a month before her death in March of that year. The exclusive interview, which has been called "the backbone' of the documentary, is used throughout the film. Thomas, the host of "Sunday Night Jazz,' on WCOM-FM (www.wcomfm.org), Chapel Hill-Carrboro, North Carolina, is also the author of "The Lady Who Shot Lee Morgan."

For more information call go to: https://www.meetup.com/Baltimore-Jazzine-Meet-Up/events/263299573/

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