The Evolution of Black Recorded Music: Behind the Music Part II

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Final segement of an African American History Month program by museum interpreters Chris Hall and Gavin Malone that explores companies from the early days of the record industry including Black Swan, Columbia, Gennett, Paramount and Victor that took chances on recording African American artists, accompanied by early 78-rpm recordings of Ethel Waters, Louis Armstrong, Count Basie and Billie Holiday played on authentic Victor Talking Machines. Program at 1 pm in the museum's 2nd floor gallery. (No elevator)

Upcoming Dates For This Event:
    • 375 S. New St. Dover, Delaware
  • Location: Johnson Victrola Museum
  • (302) 739-3262
  • Time: 1:00 PM

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