Founder Carleton Gholz interviewed by Billy T. and T.J. on WHPR’s “The Billy T Experience” in Highland Park to promote our first Detroit Sound Conference.
The Blue Bird Inn was an institute for Detroit musicians and a hearth for the Black community. Detroit Sound Conservancy is telling the bar’s story.
The music reference library of Frederick Gale Ruffner, Jr., founder of Michigan-based research company Gale Research, are now a part of our collections.
Carleton Gholz, Detroit Sound Conservancy founder, discusses the mission of the organization at the annual Michigan Archival Association Conference.
Denise Dalphond, musicologist and Vice President of Detroit Sound Conservancy, speaks at the Historical Society of Michigan Local History Conference.
LaVell Williams (1967-2018), singer, songwriter, and Board officer, discusses his relationship to Detroit music in this oral history interview.
Carleton Gholz has come across small archiving groups, music journalists, and older musicians in Detroit. Now Gholz wants to unite them.
Rob Reinhart is joined by oral historian and founder of Detroit Sound Conservancy Carleton Gholz, PhD, to talk about the work done by DSC.