A Traveling Exhibit From The Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Celebrating Cincinnati's King Records
As part of Black History Month, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's traveling exhibit King Records: Thirty Years That Changed American Music | 1943-1973 will be officially dedicated on Thursday, February 28 in Cleveland.
As Lee Hay learns from local music historians Chris Schadler and Brian Powers, the event will feature a live interview with Cincinnati's Hall of Famer and King Records veteran Bootsy Collins.
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