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Luminaries: Indiana's Amazing Role in American Popular Music
Rock historian and college lecturer Randy Albright shares stories about Indiana’s connections to such music legends as Louis Armstrong, Hoagy Carmichael and Jimi Hendrix.
From Hoagy Carmichael to Jimi Hendrix to John Mellencamp, Indiana has played an important role in American popular music. Louis Armstrong made his first recordings in 1923 at Gennett Records in Richmond. Jimi Hendrix played in Indiana a surprising five times, first as a struggling road musician, later as the biggest rock star America had ever produced. In this multimedia presentation, rock historian and college professor Randy Albright will share amazing stories of Indiana’s connections toView more
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