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How do you capture the dynamism of live performance on a two-dimensional screen? In celebration of Black History Month, the Rock Hall will present a special film series, “Double Exposure: African American ...Categories: Black History Month
As I was finalizing our films for this year’s Black History Month celebration, Double Exposure: African-American Music on Film, I got an email from Mick Csaky, the producer and director of a new film documentary about legendary gospel start ...Categories: Education, Black History Month
Cleveland has been a hive of live music for decades. The city experienced tremendous growth in the years following World War II and, with it, an explosion of live music venues. The core of this activity took place on the ...Categories: Hall of Fame, Library and Archives, Education, Black History Month
Musician Lou Ragland was born in Cleveland in 1942. His first instrument was saxophone, his choice after rejecting his high school music teacher’s suggestion he play tuba. Inspired by everyone from Brahms to Nat “King” Cole to Ella Fitzgerald ...Categories: Exclusive Interviews, Education, Black History Month, Foster Theatre, Event
On February 11, 2013, Robert Lockwood Jr.'s custom 12-string electric guitar was placed on permanent exhibit in the Roots of Rock and Roll galleries at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland, Ohio. Lockwood ...Categories: Gallery Talk, Hall of Fame, Inductee, Exhibit, Black History Month
On Friday, February 22, 2013, Hall of Fame Inductee Bobby Womack will perform live at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland, Ohio. Joined on stage by his full band, including horn section and backup ...Categories: Hall of Fame, Inductee, Black History Month, Event
On February 26, 1983, Michael Jackson’s Thriller hit Number One on the Billboard 200 chart. The 1982 release was revolutionary, a watershed moment in the history of rock and roll. It earned a record-breaking number of Grammy awards ...Categories: Inductee, Exhibit, Today in Rock, Black History Month
Born on March 4, 1944, Cleveland-native Bobby Womack grew into a soul and gospel legend whose contributions as a songwriter, singer and guitarist have kept him and his music relevant for decades.
The son of a steelworker, Womack and ...Categories: Inductee, Black History Month, Event, Exclusive Interviews, Hall of Fame, Education, Foster Theatre