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Walt Reeder

Walt Reeder has over 25 years of experience as the Largest Black-owned agency in the country booking talent for major corporations, concert venues, and casinos worldwide. Walt Reeder also provides a division for management services, artist development, television, theatre and film representation; therefore, encompassing the entire spectrum of entertainment at its best.

Walt Reeder Entertainment's success stories range from securing international record deals to #1 Hit records in Billboard Magazine as well as managing a Grammy award winning artist. As a result of our continuous expansion, Local, National, and International Promoters, Music Executives, Colleges, Universities, Organizations, Corporations, & Radio Stations buy their entertainment from us.

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The 2010 documentary Ain't In It for My Health: A Film About Levon Helm will be released in movie theaters nationwide for the first time next year. The film follows the singer-drummer and longtime member of the Band after his 2007 comeback album Dirt Farmer and tracks Helm as he writes the followup, 2010's Electric Dirt, which won the inaugural Grammy for Best Americana Album. Director Jacob Hatley shot the film over more than two years, spending time with Helm at the musician's Woodstock, New York, home, the famed locale of Helm's Midnight Ramble concert series.

Levon Helm died on April 19th in New York of throat cancer. He was 71.

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ATLANTA (AP) — Authorities are trying the figure out why R&B artist Natina Reed was in a street when she was struck by a car and killed, two days shy of her 33rd birthday.

Gwinnett County police say they'd to talk to anyone with information that could help them determine what happened to Reed late Friday near Lilburn in metro Atlanta.

The 32-year-old Reed was the rapping member of the 1990s female singing group Blaque, which had hits "808" and "Bring It All to Me." She was also an actress, appearing in the 2000 hit movie "Bring it On," which also featured Kirsten Dunst and Gabrielle Union.

Police say Reed was struck and killed while in the roadway at an intersection on U.S. 29. Police say the driver wasn't at fault and no charges are being filed. They say the only witnesses were the driver and a passenger.

Investigators want to determine why Reed was in the road.

She is survived by a son, Tren, from a relationship with fellow rapper Kurupt. In a statement on Twitter, Kurupt said: "This is a tremendous loss to our family."
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