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Theaster Gates and the Black Monks of Mississippi Live Performance

Join Chicago-based installation artist Theaster Gates and his ensemble, The Black Monks of Mississippi, for a performative response to the visual art of Thor.

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♫♪ Music ♪♫ blue Unnamed Jazz band by mrksaari :: I can hear it, I can smell it, I've been in places & times like these. a different and eerily beautiful world.

John Lee Hooker Coahoma County, Mississippi Highly influential American blues singer-songwriter and guitarist.

John Lee Hooker: (August 1917 – June was a highly influential American blues singer-songwriter and guitarist. Hooker rose to prominence performing his own unique style of country blues. He developed a 'talking blues' style that was his trademark.

DelightFULL’s lamps are knowingly inspired by jazz musicians, and here are the most quintessential albums and how they’ve inspired these Mid-century lamps.

The Best Jazz Albums and Their Influence in Mid-century Lamps

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Koko Taylor, dubbed as "The Queen of the Blues," was known for her powerful and rough vocals often heard when she was singing the blues. Taylor, daughter of a sharecropper, was born with the name CoraKoko Taylor, dubbed as “The Queen of the Blues,” was known for her powerful and rough vocals often heard when she was singing the blues. Taylor, daughter of a sharecropper, was born with the name Cora Walton on a farm near Memphis, Tennessee. In 1952, she moved with her husband, Robert “Pops”…

Koko Taylor, dubbed as "The Queen of the Blues," was known for her powerful and rough vocals often heard when she was singing the blues. Taylor, daughter of a sharecropper, was born with the name CoraKoko Taylor, dubbed as “The Queen of the Blues,” was known for her powerful and rough vocals often heard when she was singing the blues. Taylor, daughter of a sharecropper, was born with the name Cora Walton on a farm near Memphis, Tennessee. In 1952, she moved with her husband, Robert “Pops”…

Do you know black, female, guitarist Peggy "Lady Bo" Jones? One of the first female lead guitarists in rock & roll, Peggy Jones is most notable for her work in Bo Diddley's backing band, for which she earned the affectionate -- and appropriate -- nickname Lady Bo. However, her musical resume is much longer, boasting stints as a doo wop singer and an R/soul bandleader. Born in New York, Jones began her career as a professional dancer.

Peggy “Lady Bo” Jones One of the first female lead guitarists in rock & roll, Peggy Jones is most notable for her work in Bo Diddley’s backing band, for which she earned the affectionate — and appropriate — nickname Lady Bo

John Lee Hooker  1917–2001) was a highly influential blues singer-songwriter and guitarist.     Hooker rose to prominence performing his own unique style of what was originally a unique brand of country blues. He developed a 'talking blues' style that was his trademark. Though similar to the early Delta blues, his music was metrically free often incorporating the boogie-woogie piano style and a driving rhythm into his blues guitar playing and singing.

John Lee Hooker (August 1917 – June was an influential American post-war blues singer, guitarist, and songwriter. Musically, Hooker was influenced by the guitar style of his stepfat…

"Waiting for a player" by Warren Millar. ♫♪ Musical ♪♫  instrument on the chair~ Black and white image of trumpet stool and microphone

"Waiting for a player" by Warren Millar. ♫♪ Musical ♪♫ instrument on the chair~ Black and white image of trumpet stool and microphone

Roberta Flack. Black Mountain, NC Love her music

The History of Hair

Roberta Flack is an American singer, songwriter, and musician who is notable for Jazz, R&B/Soul and Folk music.

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