Oral History Interviews

Sonic Solidarity: Pamela Wise 2020

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 Sonic Solidarity is sponsored in part by the Michigan Council for the Arts and Humanities, the National Endowment for the Arts, our patrons at patreon.com, and listeners like you. This episode was recorded and produced by our Executive Director Carleton Gholz. It was edited and engineered by Projects Manager Jonah Raduns-Silverstein. The theme music was performed by bassist Marion Hayden and saxophonist De’Sean Jones in […]

Sonic Solidarity: Marion Hayden 2020

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Sonic Solidarity is sponsored in part by the Michigan Council for the Arts and Humanities, the National Endowment for the Arts, our patrons at patreon.com, and listeners like you. This episode was recorded and produced by our Executive Director Carleton Gholz. It was edited and engineered by Projects Manager Jonah Raduns-Silverstein. The theme music was […]

James Jenkins: Graystone Museum Founder 1988

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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 the […]

Dan Dekuyper

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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 […]