Autograph Deal of the Week! Tracy Morgan! Gary Sinise! R&B Legend Mavis Staples! Joan Osborne! And More!

It’s the Autograph Deal of the Week!

First up, Tracey Morgan has a new cookbook out available in a signed edition!

With The Last O.G. Cookbook, you can keep the party going at home with recipes inspired by the hit TBS comedy starring Tracy Morgan and Tiffany Haddish. Morgan plays Tray Barker, a recently released ex-convict who, upon returning to his hometown of Brooklyn to find his girlfriend married to another man and his neighborhood gentrified, relies on his cooking skills to find his place in a city he often doesn’t recognize. The soulful recipes in this book offer outrageously addictive taste sensations, combinations that may seem wacky but work wonders, and bold in-your-face flavors. Learn how to make mad-genius dishes such as Dessert Loaf, Wild-Style Lasagna, and Prison Pad Thai, as well as recipes that evoke the melting pot that is Brooklyn, both old and new, relying on African-American classics reinterpreted for the modern cook. In this vein are Tray’s Cornflake-Battered Fried Chicken with Sweet Pickles, Shay’s “Somebody Died” Spaghetti, and Bobby’s Blinged-Out Hoppin’ John. With special features woven throughout that immerse you in the O.G. world, this keepsake volume will become a new standard for soul food cooking and a must-own book for every fan of the show.
Next up is Forrest Gump star Gary Sinise!

As a kid in suburban Chicago, Gary Sinise was more interested in sports and rock ‘n’ roll than reading or schoolwork. But when he impulsively auditioned for a school production of West Side Story, he found his purpose–or so it seemed.

Within a few years Gary and a handful of friends created what became one of the most exciting and important new theater companies in America. From its humble beginnings in a suburban Chicago church basement and eventual move into the city, the Steppenwolf Theatre Company launched a series of groundbreaking productions, igniting Gary’s career along with those of John Malkovich, Joan Allen, Gary Cole, Laurie Metcalf, Jeff Perry, John Mahoney, and others. Television and film came calling soon after, and Gary starred in Of Mice and Men (which he also directed) and The Stand before taking the role that would change his life in unforeseeable ways: Lieutenant Dan in the Academy Award–winning Forrest Gump.

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Then there’s 1990’s icon Joan Osborne who has a new album coming out.

I have really needed my music over the past several months, not only to express what I’m feeling about the state of the world, but to help revive me when I feel discouraged, and to keep me connected to the joy of being alive despite the craziness all around. Some of the songs feel influenced by my recent deep dive into the work of Bob Dylan, some of them seem to have mined my subconscious to a vein of 1970s a.m. radio and Southern rock.

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And finally, there’s R&B icon Mavis Staples who has a new album coming out at the age of 79.

“It’s kind of unbelievable to me that I’m still recording,” said the 79 year old Rock and Roll Hall of Famer and Kennedy Center Honoree Mavis Staples. “I never thought I would still be singing at my age, and people seem to really want to hear me, they know me, they give me love—I’m just overwhelmed, really. I thank God every night before I go to bed and then again every morning for waking up.”

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