Huge Go Ladies Tribute---Jazz Singer Loretta Holloway Makes The Cover of Local Magazine..

Her Classy Cover Photo

Due to the fact of it being Black History Month or African American History and Culture Month, whichever you personally choose to observe. I felt it my duty as an African American male journalist, editor, businessman, webmaster, blogger and long standing staple of the entertainment community here in the city of Anderson, to help pay tribute, celebrate, and augment the locally grown achievements of the beautiful and talented lady of song Ms. Loretta Holloway. In my opinion whether planned haphazardly or not it couldn’t have been better timing than in the month of the January/February edition of Anderson Magazine for this amazing local icon to grace their cover.

As I find myself evolving more and more every year I continue to stand in awe of strong enterprising women whom have risen to incredible heights of success in-spite of seemingly insurmountable odds.  Naturally this Belton resident is an empowering role model for women and inspires me as a male entrepreneur to continue on the path of positivity reminding of the rewards it can bring. No chauvinistic male ego with me folks. Realizing many of the urban readers that visit my site many of whom reside here locally probably don’t read “Anderson Magazine” due to it’s lack of hmmm….shall we say “urban diversity.” Hint hint editors! I must confess though that after gazing upon the latest elegant cover shot featuring the incomparable Ms. Holloway. I became instantly drawn to read the accompanying article contained inside.

I wish more artist would take this approach with some of the records they produce nowadays.

Very well written and highly informative, I tip my hat to the magazines author/writer Jay Wright for a superb job of chronicling South Carolina's First Lady of Song along with the many accolades, honors, and awards she deservingly has been bestowed with. Yes a real life living in the flesh Jazz legend from Anderson County! I have always heard my father talk of Jazz greats such as Lena Horne, Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughn, Billie Holiday, John Coltrane etc. But now I can kind of gloat just a little and say we have one that organically rose right here in my very own neck-of-the woods. My purpose is to salute Ms. Loretta Holloway in this small blurb, you are our shining Queen of Jazz a real life living breathing example of class, sophistication, exemplifying charity, talent, humility, elegance and the importance of perseverance.

I suggest all mothers and fathers take the time to share with your young daughters the story of Loretta Holloway. I found it positively spiritually uplifting, inspirational, motivational and emotionally moving. This world right now could use a lot more positivity; I think we all can agree with that! To Ms. Loretta Holloway- “South Carolina’s First Lady of Song” I feel I speak for many in the urban community of da A.N.D. (Anderson) when I say we are extremely proud of you because you have represented us well and continue too do so. Thank you so much for being that beacon of excellency from amongst our communtiy !

Sincerely Dj Tuc Da A.N.D. Representa….

Dj Tuc is a well known legendary respected ground breaking dj, producer, promoter, remixologist, writer, freelance photographer, emcee,businessman from the city of Anderson,SC and is the founder and publisher of the website and djtuc999 the mobile apps which are available on Google Play  and the Apple app store also visit our Official facebook page at Facebook/


  1. Great article again Tuc because I didn't know about Ms Holloway and her many accomplishments. Alot of the dj's in anderson are really not on your level when it comes to stuff like this,sad but true. I appreciate your work ever since I ran across you site. Thanks maan! Eric Washington

  2. Loretta Holloway is my all time favorite singer.I just love the way she carries herself.I am so happy to see her pic on the cover of well known magazine.

  3. Hello DJ TUC: I just happened upon your review and generous comments of this article in the ANDERSON MAGAZINE. I am humbled by your kindness and in taking the time to introduce your readers and audience to my career. Thank you again and I look forward to our meeting and perhaps playing some of my music for your audience. To my delight, I've added another title to my resume....that of A LAS VEGAS LEGEND (October 22, 2017). Only just beginning. My best of the best Loretta Holloway


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