CLEVELAND: Grammy Museum MS w/Civil Rights Celebration

Civil Rights Music Commemoration, Friday, March 16 at 7 p.m.
Commemorating the Music of the Civil Rights Movement and the Enduring Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

GRAMMY Museum® Mississippi and Recording Academy™ Memphis, Atlanta, Nashville, and Florida Chapters commemorate and remember Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and the music that powered the civil rights movement with a special evening of stories and performances by GRAMMY®-winning and -nominated artists.

Featuring performances by GRAMMY®-winning and -nominated artists: William Bell, Travis Greene, Lawrence "Boo" Mitchell, PJ Morton, Bobby Rush, Betty Wright

Backed by an all-star band of legendary studio musicians from the golden age of Stax Records: Lester Snell - Keyboards, Steve Potts - Drums, Bobby Manuel - Guitar, Ray Griffin - Bass, Lannie McMillan - Sax

The multi-media event will feature never-before-screened interviews from the GRAMMY Living Histories archive featuring such icons of American music, culture, and politics as Al Bell, B.B. King, Coretta Scott King, and more. Tickets on sale to Members now! $75 Member and Non-Member.

GRAMMY Museum® Mississippi, 800 West Sunflower Road, Cleveland, MS, www.grammymuseumms.org