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The Watts Club Mozambique was established in 1969 by Detroiter Cornelius Watts to showcase local talent.
8406 Fenkell St Detroit, Michigan 48238
Creem Magazine, America’s only rock ‘n’ roll magazine, was founded in 1969 by Wayne State student Barry Kramer and Brit Tony Reray in a defeated building in Detroit’s Cass Corridor.
3729 Cass Ave. Detroit, Michigan
State of The Union bar was a lounge and live performance venue in North West DC, on the historic “U Street Corridor”.
1357 U Street NW Washington DC, DC 20009
When it opened in 1910 the Howard Theatre it was known as “the largest colored theatre in the world.” After falling to disarray it was restored and reopened in 2012.
620 T Street Washington, DC 20001
Levi Stubbs was the lead vocalist of the legendary musical Motown group The Four Tops. The Detroit-based quartet also included Renaldo “Obie” Benson, Lawrence Payton and Abdul “Duke” Fakir.
18512 Santa Barbara, Detroit, Michigan
Visit Aretha Franklin’s home during the Motown Era.
19346 Sorrento St. Detroit, Michigan
A Chain Reaction: The Emergence of the Local Hip Hop Music Scene In SacramentoThe Golden 1 Center Arena helped catalyze the music scene in Sacramento
Sacramento has pivoted to a growing city embracing investment, and community involvement in arts, entertainment, and hip-hop like never before.
597 L St, Sacramento, CA 95814
The Record Plant, Sausalito was the location of some of the most successful & popular recordings in music history.
2200 Bridgeway, Sausalito, CA 94965
Celia Cruz and The Fania All-Stars performed in Zaire, Africa in 1974Stade Tata Raphaël (Father Raphael Stadium)
Learn about “The Rumble in the Jungle” pre-concert where Celia Cruz sang with the Fania All-Stars in Zaire, Africa.
Stade Tata Raphaël, Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of The Congo