Pine Bluff Native Contributes to Incredible Hulk
Producer and writer Ken Johnson (center) a native of Pine Bluff stands with characters from his '80s television show, "The Incredible Hulk".
The Juke Joint Mary's Place of Humphrey, AR
Mary's Place, a 1960s juke joint in Humphrey, Arkansas awaits blues patrons.
Altheimer Native and American Music Legend
Blues legend and Grammy nominee Big Bill Broonzy of Altheimer poses with his guitar in hand. Broonzy was a blues legend whose music has worldwide influence.
Jimmy Cunningham, Jr.
A native of Pine Bluff and current resident of Nashville, TN, he has a passion for the people and history of his hometown of Pine Bluff, AR. Focused on reviving the economics of the region through heritage tourism, Cunningham's extensive research into the region's music and film heritage led to this second title Delta Music and Film: Jefferson County and the Lowlands.
Donna M. Cunningham
A long time resident of Pine Bluff and retired teacher, she co-authors her second title alongside her son Jimmy. Donna enjoys serving in her church, her sorority Delta Sigma Theta, Inc., and looks forward to authoring additional titles on Pine Bluff and Jefferson County.
This book really tells an incredible story about a rich geographic area that gave America great cultural contributions. I'm thrilled that I purchased this!Kyle Williams, Savannah State University