Business at fyicommincM'ZURI


  1. Toshiko Akiyoshi
  2. Geri Allen
  3. Andrews Sisters
  4. Angela Andrews
  5. Lil Harden Armstrong
  6. Dorothy Ashby
  7. Pearl Bailey
  8. Beverly Barkley
  9. Karen Briggs
  10. Ruth Brown
  11. Diane Cameron
  12. Betty Carter
  13. Joan Cartwright
  14. Kim Clarke
  15. Gloria Coleman
  16. Alice Coltrane
  17. Dorothy Donegan
  18. Ella Fitzgerald
  19. Rita Graham
  20. Jace Harnage
  21. Billie Holiday
  22. Bertha Hope
  23. Shirley Horn
  24. Lena Horne
  25. Alberta Hunter
  26. Jus' Cynthia
  27. Sandra Kaye
  28. Emme Kemp
  29. Vinnie Knight
  30. Lavelle
  31. Peggy Lee
  32. Abbey Lincoln
  33. Melba Liston
  34. Gloria Lynne
  35. Tania Maria
  36. Marian McPartland
  37. Carmen McRae
  38. Mabel Mercer
  39. M'zuri
  40. Sandy Patton
  41. Trudy Pitts
  42. Cheryl Porter
  43. Shirley Scott
  44. Nina Simone
  45. Bessie Smith
  46. Carol Sudhalter
  47. Sarah Vaughn
  48. Dinah Washington
  49. Ethel Waters
  50. Mary Lou Williams


M'zuri performs a one-woman show depicting the life and times of Civil Rights activist. In Miami, on February 6, 2001,  her rendition of La Vie En Rose was breathtaking, and motivated Marilyn's husband to dance with her. M'zuri sang for the award celebration of Attorney Marilyn J. Holyfield (center), 20-year veteran and senior partner of the Law Offices of Hector, Steele. Also in attendance was Jeanette Stephens-El, Nana Kwaku and Mamie Lingo.

Her one-woman show, FANNIE LOU HAMER is an historical sketch that seizes her audience with it's eye-opening dramatic expression.

We were all surprised by the entrance of former State Attorney General Janet Reno.