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  • A Cute House

    1/19/2023 By Joy Lynn Clark I realized that I really did look sick on my last post so, here is A Cute House with the artwork updated and my new logo that I came up with. (Since I decided on this new logo I am going to have to fix all of the artwork that I already did for this new record so I will post for new artwork and logos often). Also, I was going to change from Dazee Dizzle to Joy Lynn (which is my government name) but then I started getting my royalties for Dazee Dizzle so I have to change all of the Joy Lynn songs…

  • The Sons

    April 16, 2022 By Joy Lynn Clark My other relative in the business is Billy branch of the sons of blues. I didn’t really know much about him growing up but right around the time that I got ill again, and this time with a four going on five year old son, he started getting recognition in the music business. Although I was hearing great things about his career, I did not know if we would ever get a chance to meet. On the other side, mom does her best introduced me to some of her friends in the business. This guy lives near my dad’s house not too far…

  • Burr Oak: On the Colored Side

    By Joy Lynn Clark 3/12/2021 Published on: Oct 9, 2017 @ 05:03By Joy Lynn Clark (this story has been edited from the original) 10/12/2017 I have four ancestors buried at Burr Oak Cemetery on the famous Colored Side.  Mother Mamie Roberts, Bishop William Matthew Roberts (CME ), Mamie Thompson and George Thompson I.  My ancestor Bishop William Matthew Roberts started Chicago’s Original Roberts Temple. Bishop William Matthew Roberts has an honorary street on Chicago’s Southside (crossing 42nd Street west of Vincennes).   The Historic church was much farther East (near Drexel) and was demolished in the mid-1990’s. I am no blood relation to the founders of the New Roberts Temple CME located…