Detroit Sound Conservancy · Tom Mallia: #RecordDET Intervew
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Larry Gabriel, journalist, musician, and author, discusses experience in Detroit music, his musical family, and working with the Graystone Jazz Museum.
Greg Collier, longtime resident DJ at Todd’s on Detroit’s East Side, is a pioneer of DJ-culture in Detroit.
Detroit Sound Conservancy · Wendell Harrison: Community Jazz History Interview Video opens with series introduction… Then: Harrison plays the clarinet in his home for the camera. The tune is Duke Ellington’s “In a Sentimental Mood.” Interview begins around 3:56. Harrison: Rebirth is a nonprofit arts agency that promotes artists in the Michigan area, […]
Roy Brooks, drumist and composer, discusses his relationship to Detroit music and innovative career in this Community Jazz History Series video interview.
Kenn Cox, pianist, composer, and activist, discusses his relationship to Detroit music and his career in this Community Jazz History Series video interview.
Barbara Martin, librarian, singer, historian, and Board Member describes her relationship to and experience with Detroit music.
Ken Collier, legendary Detroit club DJ, discusses his career in music, the underground sound he presents, and his goals to the Black LGBT magazine Kick!