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Ain’t Too Proud…

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Dear Detroit Sound Conservancy Ally, On the week of our 5th birthday, I come with my hat in my hands. I’m writing you because I know you care deeply about our collections and our mission and that we must maintain and protect these collections. Last year, we made the tough decision to pull our collections […]

We Are Hiring

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Detroit Sound Conservancy Development and Programming Paid Internship — Winter 2017 Job Description About the Detroit Sound Conservancy The Detroit Sound Conservancy’s mission is to increase awareness of and support to Detroit’s musical heritage through advocacy, preservation, and education in a spirit of vigilance and solidarity. The Detroit Sound Conservancy addresses severe challenges in the […]

Dilla’s Delights in Paradise Valley

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Herman “Uncle Herm” Hayes, James “Dilla” Yancey‘s uncle, knows how to move forward without slipping into amnesia. We are honored to be a small part of his entrepreneurial efforts at Dilla’s Delights to create possibilities for his nephew’s daughters by lending him our Paradise Valley model from the Graystone International Jazz Museum Collection. The model […]

Making Moves

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To our advisers and supporters: we have some important new developments to share with you. As our collections continue to surface and grow, we have commenced the search for a more suitable space for our archives. While this is a good problem to have, we regret that it meant moving out of United Sound Systems […]

We are 4!

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We turned four this week! Four years ago a group of us met in the Cass Corridor and then drove over to the Blue Bird Inn for a photo shoot and meet up. We’ve come a long way since then. We now have an office, archive, and exhibit space. We have a growing collection, including […]

The Doctor is In

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The Doctor is in. This month, after almost a decade of university learning and teaching, our founder and CEO Dr. Carleton Gholz has returned to Detroit to live in the city and run the DSC which became a non-profit earlier this year. Thus begins a period of listening and organizing as we hone our strategic […]

MODEL Z. June 22, 2012

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MODEL Z. June 22, 2012

From all of us here at the DSC we want to thank everyone who attended and supported on June 22, 2012 at our Model Z party. Through this fundraiser we were able to raise some much needed funds for some basic bills for the organization. Special shout outs to Model D. (http://www.modeldmedia.com/) for supporting with food, drink, and raw muscle; Dion Fischer for booking the magnificent talents of Swimsuit, Little Princess, Danny Kroha, and Windy & Carl; and our fantastic DJs Lauren, Jon, Ben, Dion, Aaron, and Windy.

Press Release June 2012

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Detroit Sound Conservancy Formed to Preserve, Share Detroit Music History Scholar seeks to unite musicians, fans, industry with community conversations, preservation projects DETROIT (June 20, 2012) — Every day, lovers of Detroit sound lose another hero. Every day, lovers of Detroit sound lose another landmark. Every day, lovers of Detroit sound lose the opportunity to […]

Stirring the Blue Bird to Sing

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Originally published in Model D. Tuesday, April 24, 2012 and written by Carleton Gholz Stirring the Blue Bird to sing: Introducing the Detroit Sound Conservancy Every day lovers of Detroit sound lose another hero. As I write this, I have heard that Michael Davis, bass player for the seminal Detroit rock band the MC5, has passed away. In a […]