DJ Stormin Norman, The Sundae Sermon Story

“This summer we are doing The Harlem Tour..5 Harlem Parks” Harlem connects all people from all corners of the globe. Now in its 6th year, Sundae Sermon has continued this tradition with a simple and soulful day of dancing under the Uptown sun.

Sundae Sermon is an afternoon in the park of music, dancing,

family and community commerce. The foundation of

the sound of Sundae Sermon is positive house music and

peaceful tribal vibes. The spirit of house music comes

from the church; so it’s only befitting house music should

be the cornerstone of this public dance-party. New and

old house, blended with classic R&B (Barry White, Stevie

Wonder), Disco (Thelma Houston), Funk (Parliament), Soul

(James Brown, TSOP), Afro-Beat (Fela) and Latin (Oscar

D’leon). All musical genres that cross generations and borders.

This is music that makes people feel good!

Beautiful Morningside Park is the perfect location for a

diverse audience of all ages and cultures to enjoy a fun

afternoon of music and relaxation.

Published by MY SMALL STORY

Over the past 15 years I have traveled, filmed and and acquired a library of over 6,000 hours. From the recording studio in NYC to South African Safari's, I have filmed my conversations and watched my library grow. On April 26, 2010, I launched in NYC as a way to share insight. My Small Story contextualizes life through a collection of unscripted filmed conversations with small businesses, entrepreneurs, artists and everyday people filmed, edited & shared weekly by LaRon Batchelor – a videographer/ethnographer with 15 years experience filming conversations in 4 continents.

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