Radio broadcasts and live recordings from Detroit through the 1970s and 80s recorded off the air by Randy Mavis. Highlights include: Rolling Stones, Who, Bob Seger, Stooges, WABX Broadcasts, Punk Out Updated 20 March 2018
Detroit Jazz Alive – WDET-FM, hosted by Jim Gallert Lineup: Roy Brooks – Percussion Emmanuel Riggins – Keyboards Special Guests: Flash Beaver – Tap Dancing Joan Crawford – Vocals Setlist: “Muy Hombre” (written by Roy Brooks) “Mr. Lucky” (written by Henry Mancini) “The Brown Bomber” (written by Roy Brooks) “Giant Steps” (written by John Coltrane) […]
Live6 Detroit + DSC present 'Chessmate' from Detroit Sound Conservancy on Vimeo.
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Preface This manuscript is the product of a tape recorded interview with James T. Jenkins conducted by Deborah Evans for the Burton Historical Collection of the Detroit Public Library on June 7, 1988. Deborah Evans transferred the tape and James T. Jenkins [1916-1994] edited the transcript. James T. Jenkins is the Founder and Director of […]
Video by Al Scott of College for Creative Studies. He is an animator, illustrator, and designer from Detroit. Music “Dust” by Recloose used with permission.
Local musician Dan Dekuyper interviewed by his daughter Laurel Tinklenberg a student at College for Creative Studies in Detroit 14 February 2016 *Q, interviewer, A, interviewee Q: Hello, this is Laurel Tinklenberg for Detroit Sound Conservancy, and we’re here with Dan Dekuyper, a local musician on the blues scene in Detroit. And he’s been playing […]
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