Interview begins at October 22, 7pm ET on our Facebook and YouTube channels
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Inductee Bootsy Collins of Parliament-Funkadelic and photographer Bruce Talamon will join the Rock Hall’s Chief Curator Nwaka Onwusa for a conversation about social justice and music, in conjunction with the museum’s “It’s Been Said All Along” exhibit.
Collins will discuss his racial struggles as a member of James’ Browns’ band and Parliament-Funkadelic and his new album, The Power of The One, which debuts October 23rd.
Talamon, best known for photographing R&B and soul musicians during the 1970s and 1980s, will share stories behind images he captured of social justice trailblazers Nina Simone, Marvin Gaye, the O’Jays, Stevie Wonder, and others, that are featured in the exhibit.
Collins new album (pre-order here) features an all-star cast including Christian McBride, Snoop Dogg, Brandon “Taz” Niederauer, Christone “Kingfish” Ingram, Victor Wooten, Béla Fleck, Steve Jordan and more.
It's Been Said All Along Exhibit IntroductionSee inside the Rock Hall's social justice exhibit
It's Been Said All Along Exhibit Introduction
It's Been Said All Along
In every generation, musicians have responded in song and action to promote social justice and equality. What the world is seeing today, as injustices are called out and protesters are finding their voices, is not new. Dive into the special exhibit that explores music and social justice through themes of rage, hope and empowerment.Discover
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