University, MS 38677, USA
The University of Mississippi where James L. Dickerson studied.
(A collection of stories shared by 25 country music stars ...)
A collection of stories shared by 25 country music stars in which they were embarrassed, often in the middle of a performance. Country music fans will enjoy this look at the occupational hazards of being an entertainer.
(Hollywood superstar Nicole Kidman, a breathtaking beauty ...)
Hollywood superstar Nicole Kidman, a breathtaking beauty and versatile performer, is ranked by most movie insiders as one of the top actresses of her generation. But, for years, her professional success was offset by her mother's battle with breast cancer and a shattering divorce from Tom Cruise, with whom she had adopted two children.
(Based on interviews with the recording artists, musicians...)
Based on interviews with the recording artists, musicians, producers and songwriters who created and performed the music, it traces the development of the music from the early 1800s up to the present day.
(Discover the inside story of the actress who has starred ...)
Discover the inside story of the actress who has starred in movies such as "Heat," "Kiss the Girls," "High Crimes" and "The Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood." Journey with her as she makes the transition from actress to social activist, addressing the General Assembly of the United Nations on matters of the greatest importance.
(Memphis Going Down is told in the words of the record pro...)
Memphis Going Down is told in the words of the record producers, performers, and songwriters themselves as they reflect on their lives and music and its impact on popular culture.
James L. Dickerson studied at the University of Mississippi where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1968.
James L. Dickerson started his career as a reporter at Delta Democrat-Times in 1977. However, he soon took up a post of a reporter at Greenwood Commonwealth newspaper. Then Dickerson became a reporter at Tallahassee Democrat. From 1979 to 1982 he worked as an editorial page editor at Jackson Daily News, later he became editorialist at The Communal Appeal. In 1986 Dickerson took up a post of Editor and publisher at Nine-O-One Magazine. He is one of the team members at Sartoris Literary Group a book publisher that publishes eBooks. Dickerson was co-owner of radio syndication called Pulsebeat which featured music out of the Mojo Triangle.
James L. Dickerson wrote his first book in 1996. In this book Dickerson chronicles the musical history of Memphis, beginning with accounts of blues artists such as W. C. Handy and former prostitute Memphis Minnie. Later he published his best-known works as Mojo Triangle: Birthplace of Country, Blues, Jazz and Rock ‘n’ Roll. and Memphis Going Down, but he has also written biographies of Ashley Judd, Nicole Kidman, Faith Hill, Russell Crowe, jazz legend Lil Hardin Armstrong.
(Based on interviews with the recording artists, musicians...)2005
(Memphis Going Down is told in the words of the record pro...)2013
(Discover the inside story of the actress who has starred ...)2012
(Hollywood superstar Nicole Kidman, a breathtaking beauty ...)2004
(A collection of stories shared by 25 country music stars ...)1996
James L. Dickerson is a member of the National Entertainment Journalists Association.
James L. Dickerson married Ina Taylor in 1967. The marriage produced a son. James and Ina divorced in 1982.