*IMPORTANT* Tupelo, MS.
Beadles American History
( FAMILY GENEALOGY )
Nearly 180 years before American Independence!
( TOUR THE HOSPITALITY STATE )
History in Mississippi,
Ladies & Gentlemen of Mississippi; I have ample space on my Networks for promo, pro bono. If you would like too further a connection for your Publication, Business or Establishment, please send direct links for promo, ad or link affiliation. I'll start promoting you immediately. Please feel free to get in touch, anytime. It would be an honor too be of service for any of you.
Naming a few all-time favorite Films that everyone could watch & enjoy are; Showboat 1936, St Louis Blues & Tom Sawyer 1973. Timeless Classics, fun for the entire Family. Learn about the Culture, History, Heritage & Traditions along the Mighty Mississippi. You can enjoy these Films wherever you are Established & currently Located. Trust me, a Culture Shock waiting too happen.
A little History of my own: My 1st Birthday Party in Mississippi; there were 3 African Americans, a Cherokee Native American & a Jewish Italian Descendant. My Father grilled us Cheeseburgers, Baked Beans & Chips. In 6th Grade that year; what is now honorably Named Martin Luther King, I was a Break Dance Manager for an all African American Crew in the School Talent Show. As a Bluesman when not Composing Acoustic Solo Material; Chicago, Illinois, Memphis, Tennessee & Tupelo, Mississippi are my Careers influential DNA.
My 1st Concert in Mississippi; was the infamous Ray Charles, in Tupelo at the Civic Auditorium. The Mid 80's was so much fun here. I also attended the heartbreaking Ole Miss Chucky Mullins Homecoming Game vs Vanderbilt. Years later while working for Tupelo Overhead & Door, I hung the Security Windows on the Girls Dorms at the University of Mississippi, Ole Miss. I performed in Oxford a couple times in my younger days.
The Tupelo High School Football Team that I played & practiced with in Junior High went on too Win the High School State Championship Title. They were a great group of athletes too be around. Great memories with the squads both Starters & B-Team. The Atlanta Braves also Won the World Series in 1992 my Senior Year before I enlisted into the Armed Forces of the United States.
My Elder Sister got her Associates from Mississippi State University, Bachelors from University of Mississippi & Masters Degree from our Governors Alma Mater, Southern Miss. I currently have a niece & nephew attending Ole Miss & several others committed upon High School Graduation.
My Eldest Child is an Adopted Mississippi Girl of my Ex-Wife's previous relationship. She was Born in Mississippi & I adopted her after her Mother & I's Marriage. Our Biological Daughter was Born in Tennessee. I also have an African American Nephew. His Dad is also a Graduate of the University of Mississippi. We have all been Established here most of our lives w/ many friends & families all over the State & Region.
There's a little background for you. I have stories for Days so feel free too strike up a conversation & get too know me. I'm a laid back, calm, cool & collective fellow most of the time. In fact, I would enjoy your company.
I'm wishing all the Tupelo Faculty, Parents & Students a wonderful new School Year. Work hard now & enjoy the Luxuries of life later in life. You'll all have more too be appreciative for.
Troy David 'Maestro' Beadles
You're all invited! If I can help direct you, I'll gladly be of service. Feel free too contact me via: Social Media & it would be an honor & privilege. Thank you for your interest! ~ TDB