Detroit Sound Conservancy · Lorin Brace: #recorddet Interview Carleton Gholz: Welcome to RecordDetroit Detroit Sound Conservancy. Today’s March the 9th. My name is Carleton Gholz, the executive director of the Detroit Sound Conservancy. And I’m sitting in the basement of United Sound Systems in our evolving exhibit and vault space with Lorin Brace. Lorin is […]
Sacramento Knoxx, musician, community activist, and Anishinaabekwe Detroiter, discusses his relationship to Detroit music in this interview and performance.
Detroit Sound Conservancy participated in this roundtable discussion on preserving Detroit’s Black history organized by Noir Design Parti.
Cliff Coleman and Jim Ruffner present a chronological overview of Detroit jazz in this pamphlet published by the Graystone International Jazz Museum.
Detroit’s Paradise Valley, which was largely destroyed by “urban renewal” programs in the 1960s, was a center in the development of Black music in Detroit.
Detroit Sound Conservancy · Wendell Harrison: Blue Bird Stage Performance
Dancer and legend Lottie “The Body” sits down with us to discuss her career and call to preserve The National Theatre in downtown Detroit from demolition.
Singer Aloe Blacc performs at Canadian Music Week on the Blue Bird Inn Stage sponsored by Detroit Metro Convention & Visitors Bureau (Visit Detroit).
We asked The Gabriel Brass Band to perform a tribute to LaVell Williams (1967-2018) on the Blue Bird Inn Stage at Light Box Performance.
On April 24, 2019 we put our own lock on the Blue Bird Inn with some help from bassist Marion Hayden and saxophonist De’Sean Jones.