Black Music Month: History, Legacy, Technology & Impact
Thursday, June 29, 2023 (5:30 PM - 8:00 PM) (EDT)
Registration will close at 10am June 29th. After that time, we will offer on site registration.
As part of African American Music Month, join TAG societies for a panel discussion as we discuss the impact of black music from history to the technology of creating music and the influence of black music for future generations. This event will feature a video tribute of black artists that passed this year followed by live performances.
Black Music Month was established by President Jimmy Carter in 1979 to “celebrate the African American musical influences that comprise an essential part of our nation’s treasured cultural heritage.” The celebration was renamed African American Music Month in 2009 by President Barack Obama.
Towanda Black – Radio Host, "Good News Gospel"
JNauti – Producer, Audio Swagger
Denel Porchè - R&B/Neo Soul
|Free Will - Spoken Word Artist|
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2605 Circle 75 Pkwy SE (across from the ATL Braves Stadium)
Atlanta, 30339 United States
Parking: Red Parking Deck ($10)
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