An internationally significant Black historic site where world-altering music was recorded is to be put at risk for a highway service road. Is this OK?
Posts Tagged: United Sound Systems
We just got a great message from United Sound Systems: Greetings United Sound Supporter! We are very excited to announce that United Sound Systems Recording Studios has been deemed a Historic site by the Michigan Historical Commission! We invite you to celebrate this great milestone with us on Sunday, June 25, 2017 from 4pm-6pm at […]
This week, the National Trust for Historic Preservation referenced our work with United Sound Systems on their Blog: “If United goes, that old style and history of recording, there’s nothing left,” says Carleton Gholz of the Detroit Sound Conservancy. “This could be something we could all rally around.” Read the whole article here. Photo by […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Eve R. Doster Phone: 313-575-6115 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tickets: Eventbrite Facebook Event Page Suggested Minimum Donation $20 October 7, 2015 (Detroit, MI) – The recent historic designation of Detroit’s United Sound Systems Recording Studio – the nation’s oldest, still operating, independent recording studio – rings in a revitalized era for music production […]
We have been asked to participate in the upcoming Pitchfork Radio pop-up radio station in Detroit’s Cass Corridor which will broadcast from Willy’s Detroit October 5 – 23rd. The DSC will program three, hour-long programs with music and interviews, each of the next three Tuesdays, from 4 – 5 pm. 4 pm EST, Tuesday, October […]
United Sound Systems (USS) was the site of numerous well-known recordings, including those by the most popular artists of many genres. Jazz greats like Charlie Parker and Miles Davis, blues legends like John Lee Hooker and Muddy Waters, Motown stars such as Jackie Wilson and Smokey Robinson, soul singers such as Aretha Franklin and Isaac […]