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The Past is Not Forgotten: The Detroit Sound Conservancy Saves the City’s Music History One Piece at a Time

Detroit Sound Conservancy

The Detroit Sound Conservancy celebrates seven years of saving the city’s musical legacy at the Detroit Historical Museum this week.

The group is the subject of a new exhibit showcasing the non-profit’s years of work recovering artifacts like the famous stage of the Blue Bird Inn jazz club and the legendary speakers of Detroit’s Club Heaven

Listen to CultureShift’s Amanda LeClaire take a tour of the new exhibit with Conservancy founder Carleton Gholz at the link above. 

Find more info about the Salvaging Sound opening reception here.

Image credit: Detroit Sound Conservancy

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Amanda LeClaire

Host, CultureShift

Host of WDET’s arts, culture, and music program, CultureShift.

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