From Bob Marovich at The Black Gospel Blog
African American Museum of Philadelphia
701 Arch Street
September 25, 2010
2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Don’t Let Go: Music of the Civil Rights Movement
In celebration of Gospel Music History Month, and in conjunction with the 6th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Museum Day, the African American Museum in Philadelphia and Reverend Joe Williams of Mount Airy United Fellowship invite you to meet living legends of gospel and soul, and hear some of the music that strengthened and encouraged African Americans during the Civil Rights Movement.
Special Guests include Garnett Mims, Bunny Sigler, Goldwire McClendon, Howard Carroll, Rosie Wallace, Ali Hackett, Romance Watson, and Frank Bey.
You can find out more at this link: Don’t Let Go: Music of the Civil Rights Movement
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