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All the News That's Fit to Sing: The State of Protest Music in 1968
Title:
All the News That's Fit to Sing: The State of Protest Music in 1968
When:
Thu 04/11  7:00pm
Where:
Missouri History Museum - St. Louis
Categories:
The Written and Spoken Word , Lecture/Discussion , For Kids , Exhibits , Arts & Events , Rock , Americana , Acoustic , Concerts , KDHX Events

Description

Presented by 88.1 KDHX and the Folk School, in partnership with the Missouri History Museum, this event looks at the music and activism of 1968, through sound, image and words.

88.1 KDHX DJ John Wendland will be the featured presenter, with his band, Rough Shop, providing live music to entertain and engage the audience.

When: Thursday, April 11 2013 at 7 p.m.
Where: Lee Auditorium at the Missouri History Museum
How Much: Free

More information: http://mohistory.org/node/8235

 

Venue

Missouri History Museum
Venue/Location:
Missouri History Museum   -   Website
Street:
Lindell and DeBaliviere
ZIP:
63112
City:
St. Louis
State (ex: MO):
MO
Country:
Country: us

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Phone: 314-746-4599

Who is Attending this Event?:

  • Rich Reese
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