Detroit Sound Conservancy · Krysta Ryzewski: #RecordDET Interview Carlton Gholz: This is Record Detroit. This is November 17th, 2014 at Urban Bean Coffee House in downtown Detroit off of Capitol Park. And tonight’s first interview is with Krista Ryzewski from Wayne State University Anthropology Department. She’s an Archeologist. And we’ll get right to it. […]
Detroit Sound Conservancy · Edward Vielmetti: #RecordDET Interview
Detroit Sound Conservancy · Cully Sommers: #RecordDET Interview Carlton Gholz: This is Record Detroit, our fifth week running at Urban Bean Coffee House. It’s November the 3rd 2014. And make sure you tip your baristas while we do our interviews here. Our first interview tonight is with Cully Sommers from the Detroit Public Library. And […]
Detroit Sound Conservancy · Dorothy Simpson: #RecordDet Interview 00:01 Carleton Gholz: Good afternoon. This is Carleton Gholz from the Detroit Sound Conservancy. It’s February 19th, 2015 and I’m at Simpsons Records on Six Mile, McNichols Road East of I-75 on Detroit’s East side. And I’m here with Dorothy Simpson and we’re here to do a […]
Detroit Sound Conservancy · Angelina Czarnecki: #RecordDET Interview
Detroit Sound Conservancy · Paul Schauert: #RecordDET Interview Carlton Gholz: Welcome to the Detroit Sound Conservancy. My name is Carlton Gholz. I’m the Executive Director and Founder of the Detroit Sound Conservancy, and… this is going to take a lot of concentration. There’s a lot of construction in the New Detroit, even at nine o’clock […]
Detroit Sound Conservancy · Fred Reif: #RecordDET Interview INTERVIEW TRANSCRIPTION Carlton Gholz: Well, we’re here with Fred Reif and this is the second record night. Fred Reif is going to be our first interview of the night, and then we’re gonna interview Larry Gabriel, both from the Michigan area, but we’ll learn more specifics as […]
Detroit Sound Conservancy · Tom Mallia: #RecordDET Intervew
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.