Melvin “Detroit Soul Ambassador” Davis, musician, singer, and activist, discusses his relationship to Detroit music, his career, and the impact of COVID-19.
Pamela Wise, pianist, educator, and “cultural warrior,” discusses her relationship to Detroit music, the state of music education, and the impact of COVID-19 on her career.
Marion Hayden, bass violinist and activist, discusses her relationship to Detroit music, the music scene that mentored her, and the impact of COVID-19.
The Community Jazz History Series was a video oral history program completed by the Graystone Jazz Museum and preserved by Detroit Sound Conservancy.
Niko Marks, Detroit electronic musician and composer, discusses his career and his upcoming performance for Detroit Sound Conservancy’s third conference.
James Jenkins (1916-1994), Founder of the Graystone International Jazz Museum, discusses his motivations for starting the museum in this interview.
Local musician Dan Dekuyper interviewed by his daughter Laurel Tinklenberg a student at College for Creative Studies in Detroit.
Detroit Sound Conservancy · Cass Corridor Music: Detroit Music Box Podcast
Brian Boyer, longtime adviser and Detroit music fan, sits down with Detroit Sound Conservancy for an interview at United Sound Systems in Detroit.
Detroit Sound Conservancy · Nandi Comer: #RecordDet Interview Carlton Gholz: Welcome to Record Detroit. Today is December the 2st 2015 we’re at United Sound Systems, 5840 2nd Avenue in Detroit. And if we weren’t in a recording studio right now, we could probably hear I-94 the cars, going by, I am here today. My name […]