Survey of African American Music
Dr. Kevin Johnson
November 2, 2017
Whitney Houston: Life Before The Music Stopped
- Thesis: Although Whitney Houston had a successful career, her talent was overshadowed by her drug and alcohol addiction.
- Body (Background)
- Music Career
- Style of Music
- Contributions to R&B
- Who she influences today
- Drug and Alcohol Addiction
- Music After Death
Bass , Ronald, and Terry McMillan. Waiting to Exhale. Directed by Forest Whitaker. Produced by Terry McMillan, & Ronald Bass. Performed by Whitney Houston , Angela Bassett, & Loretta Devine. 1996.
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Houston, Cissy. Reme,bering Whitney: A Mothers Story of Life, Loss and the Night the music stopped . London: Harper , 2014.
Kasdan , Lawrence. The Bodyguard. Directed by Mick Jackson. Produced by Lawrence Kasdan, Jim Wilson, & Kevin Costner. Performed by Kevin Costner, Whitney Houston, Gary Kemp, & Bill Cobbs. 2005.
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