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Dancing African woman and drummer bronze sculpture by by ArtNotch, $1500.00

Dancing African woman and drummer bronze sculpture by by ArtNotch, $1500.00

Babatunde Olatunji

Morehouse alum Babatunde Olatunji was a Grammy-nominated Nigerian drummer, educator, social activist, and recording artist

Mamady Keïta (surname sometimes also spelled Keita; born August 1950 in Balandougou, Siguiri Prefecture, Kankan Region, Guinea) is a master drummer from the West African nation of Guinea. He specializes in the goblet-shaped hand drum called djembe. He is also the founder of the Tam Tam Mandingue school of drumming. He is a member of the Manding ethnic group.

Mamady Keïta (surname sometimes also spelled Keita; born August 1950 in Balandougou, Siguiri Prefecture, Kankan Region, Guinea) is a master drummer from the West African nation of Guinea. He specializes in the goblet-shaped hand drum called djembe. He is also the founder of the Tam Tam Mandingue school of drumming. He is a member of the Manding ethnic group.

Frances Woofenden calls herself “an 84-year-old grandmother who just loves life” on her Web site — but acknowledges that she’s not “your typical Granny.” Why? Woofenden is a competitive water-skier who has more than 100 medals to her name. Even more impressive, Woofenden didn’t start waterskiing until she moved to Florida at age 50. Decked out in pink lipstick, gold hoop earrings, and a backless bathing suit, she’s as stylish as she is skilled.

11 Super Seniors We Admire

Frances Woofenden calls herself “an grandmother who just loves life” on her Web site — but acknowledges that she’s not “your typical Granny. Woofenden is a competitive water-skier who has more than 100

Drum Stand - Adjustable Standing Models

Drum Stand - Adjustable Standing Models

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