Aaron is also going to be busy throughout October and November...particularly in Chicago, but there is one Brooklyn date in there as well. See below for the details:
Book launch at the Chicago Cultural Center at 2:00pm
78 E. Washington, Chicago
Along with a short multimedia presentation on Aretha and this crucial recording, the author will host a roundtable/performance with some of Chicago’s gospel royalty whose legacy shaped this album. Honored guests will include members of the Gay Family (Franklin covered the Gay Sisters' 1950 hit "God Will Take Care Of You" on "Amazing Grace") and Inez Andrews from The Caravans (Franklin's rendition of Andrews' version of "Mary, Don't You Weep" was so close to hers, that Inez received songwriting credit on "Amazing Grace").
DJ set at Maria's Bar
960 W. 31st, Chicago
Set list including The Queen, her own sisters (Erma and Carolyn) and a host of stellar women from the great era of r&b and funk---Ruby Andrews, Bettye LaVette, Tammi Terrell, Betty Wright, Little Ann, Vicki Anderson, Loleatta Holloway, and so many more...
Reading/signing at Barbes
376 9th Street, Brooklyn
Featuring Amanda Petrusich, author of the 33 1/3 on Nick Drake’s Pink Moon.
Ethnoise Ethnomusicology Workshop
University of Chicago in Goodspeed Hall at 4:30pm
Reading/signing at Book Cellar
4736 N. Lincoln, Chicago
glad to see another volume is about to be released!
I make it there are the following to be released;
Enter the Wu Tang (36 Chambers) Wu Tang Clan
Boys for Pele Tori Amos
Maggot Brain Funkadelic
Lucinda Williams Lucinda Williams
London Calling The Clash
The Dreaming Kate Bush
Exile in Guyville Liz Phair
Can you confirm this is so, and possibly which books will be next?
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