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"the last tip-off"

For the last time,The Negro National Antherm, sung by lincoln alums April & Tim Bell would resound welcoming the start of the game. - Milw Courier


"the last tip-off"

For the last time,The Negro National Antherm, sung by lincoln alums April & Tim Bell would resound welcoming the start of the game. - Milw Courier


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2002 release of CD "How Can You Live Without Love" by Tim & April Bell.
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Tim & April Bell were high-school sweet-hearts , whose relationship bloomed after they became adults. They both had musical talent even back then. Tim played the flute in the Lincoln Jr.,Sr. High school band, and April sang in the Acapella-Choir. Tim formed a band for them called the "April Madness Showband". They performed R & B music (both in and out of state) for six years. This is when Tim started playing bass guitar and April was lead-vocalist and keyboardist until this day. As April Madness Showband we performed at Milwaukee's own Afro-Fest., weddings, block-parties, night-clubs and more. For about two years we worked with G. C. Cameron who sang, "It's a Shame", with the famous Spinners and "It's So Hard to Say Good-bye" from the Kooly-High movie. We also toured as an opening -act, for Brick and Chocolate-Milk band. And it was an honor and pleasure to be police-escorted (not under arrest...ha..ha) to do a "Live Radio-Interview" in BatonRouge! After six years of performing we got married, started a family and published our first CD called "How Can You Live Without Love". This is when we grew in the contemporary-gospel field. We've also had the honor of singing the National Anthems at our local Lincoln -VS- North Alumni basketball games for the past ten years, where we were also honored by the presence of Mr. Al Jareau, who is a Lincoln Hg. Alumni. And these were his comments, "ya'll bad!"Being married, raising our children and dedicating our-selves to the Ministry of the Lord for the pass 19 years, we continue to keep our talents sharpened with gospel music, jazz, R & B, and of course, love songs to represent the love we have for one another.
we recently started a music program called Grace Music Conservatory (GMC) here in Milwaukee for At-Risk Youth. This is to help our youth develope self-fulfillment and cultural enrichment. GMC is also a plat-form to show-case our talents and the developement of our students. I.E. Our drummer Mr. Fred Bosewell Jr. is an outstanding drummer who've been in training under his Uncle Tim and other professional organizations is now a very mature and skilled drummer. In June of 2006, Fred Bosewell was featured in "Down Beat Magazine" as "outstanding drum soloist in the country". and he's a senior in the high school of the Arts. Here we are! We hope that you'll enjoy us. GMC Band.