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Green Room Sessions — BiSOULtennial: 200 Soul Classics for 200 Years of MemphisMay 15, 7:00 pm-9:00 pm

1350 Concourse Ave, Suite 280
Memphis, 38104
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The Stax Museum of American Soul Music is celebrating the Memphis Bicentennial with BiSOULtennial, a unique list of 200 indelible soul songs recorded in Memphis between 1957 and 1975. From Stax stars Otis Redding and Sam & Dave to Hi Records royalty Al Green and Ann Peebles, and all artists, labels, and studios in between, the list covers dozens of artists who recorded at studios throughout Memphis during that golden era of soul music.

The museum invites everyone to participate and vote for their Top Ten.

Join us for a special ballot release and conversation event taking place on May 15. The listening party and conversation event will feature an all-star panel of Memphis musicians, fans, DJs, scholars, and writers will discuss the song selections. Panelists include Dr. Charles Hughes (Rhodes College), DJ Eddie Hankins (WEVL-FM), Tonya Dyson (Memphis Slim House), Kameron Whalum (Stax Music Academy artist in residence and Bruno Mars’ trombone player), and Jared Boyd (The Daily Memphian newspaper). Each panelist will select and discuss two songs from their choices for Top Ten.


Details

Date:
May 15
Time:
7:00 pm-9:00 pm
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Organizer

Email:
bianca@crosstownarts.org

Venue

The Green Room at Crosstown Arts
1350 Concourse Ave, Suite 280
Memphis, 38104
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