Broken Rhythm

By Evelyn Sue Clay


Broken Rhythm is based on the real events of the 1940 Rhythm Night Club fire, Natchez, MS. On April 23, 1940, Walter Barnes and his Royal Creolians Band from Chicago, Illinois played that night – the band everyone wanted to see. It was the hottest and grandest night ever. Approximately over 500 folks packed the building; hundreds more stood outside. And before the night is over, the unimaginable happens.

About the author:

Evelyn Sue Clay is a career woman who enjoys spending quality time with family and friends, conversational discussions, writing, acting, and helping others. She is the author of Wrapped Up in Clovers, Overflowing in the Spirit of Love-29 Poems, and 29 Poems Capturing the Essence of Love. She continues to write to motivate, encourage, and inspire others. She earned her Associate of Arts Degree from College of Southern Nevada, and her Bachelor’s degree in Communications from the University of Nevada-Las Vegas. She is a loving and devoted wife, mother, and grandmother, but most importantly she is a God-fearing woman. She has a passion for helping others; she enjoys teaching youth and adults, inspiring both to move past their pain and life’s circumstances.

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