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.
Don Davis (1938-2014), musician, record producer, and banker, is interviewed by radio personality the Electrifying Mojo in this on-air interview.
Michelle McKinney, archivist, storyteller, and griot, discusses how to plan for and preserve legacy in this Detroit Sound Conference presentation.
Mike Servito, Brooklyn-based and Detroit-raised DJ, performed a special set of Detroit dance tracks for a fundraiser with partner Social Studies Boston.
United Sound Systems Recording Studios is Michigan’s oldest and Detroit’s first independent recording studio and the site of world-changing musical moments.
Elizabeth Cawein, Memphian, music policy activist, and educator, discusses music’s relationship to urbanism and her City’s efforts to confront COVID-19.
A recording of “Music for Moderns” a jazz show on Detroit radio station WJR hosted by the late radio personality Gene Elzy (1932-2013).
Detroit Jazz Alive was an on-air program featuring live in-studio performances by Detroit musicians broadcast on Detroit public radio station WDET.
Vincent Chandler, trombonist and composer, and his Quintet perform a set for Detroit Jazz Alive, an on-air program broadcast on public radio station WDET.
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