The Barbara Morrison Performing Arts Center celebrates June’s Black Music Month with seventeen fantastic tributes to Black music legends. All programs stream live on Facebook, YouTube and www.barbaramorrison.com.
Black Music Month: Barbara Morrison Performing Live! June 5th @ 9pm
Black Music Month: JazzZone Tribute to Maceo Parker by Don Bell June 6th @ 8pm
Black Music Month: Wes and Beyond: A Tribute to Wes Montgomery by Michael Saucier featuring George Gilliam June 8th @ 8pm
Black Music Month: Tribute to Gospel by Nicholas Miller June 10th
Black Music Month: Tribute to Dorothy Dandridge by Wanda Willis June 13th @ 2pm
Black Music Month: Tribute to Sam Cooke by Anthony Williams June 14th @ 7pm
Black Music Month: Tribute to Marvin Gaye by DOC SILK June 16th @ 8pm
Black Music Month: Tribute to JIMMIE OWENS by Stephen Foster June 17th @ 8pm
Black Music Month: Tribute Dionne Warwick – Patricia Bryant June 18th @ 8pm
Black Music Month: Tribute to Hampton Hawes – Bradley Young June 19th @ 8pm
Black Music Month: “All About Love” The Pat Sligh Story June 20th @8pm
Black Music Month: Tribute to Duke Ellington by Logan Johnson *Father’s Day Special* June 21st @1pm
Black Music Month: “Jay Sings Lou Sings Sinatra” June 21st @ 8pm
Black Music Month: Tribute to Blue Mitchell by Sam Hankins June 22nd @ 9pm
Black Music Month: Tribute to Bill Withers by Imani Abdul June 23rd @ 8pm
Black Music Month: Tribute to Billie Holiday – N U R A H June 26th @ 8pm
Black Music Month: Classic RNB with Corney Mims and The KNOW-IT-ALLz June 27th @8pm
Black Music Month: “Swingin & Groovin with Jacque, Smitty & Pete” Jacques Lesure June 28th @8pm
Black Music Month: Tribute to Nat “King” Cole by Dante Chambers June 29th @ 8pm
Black Music Month: Sweet Baby Jai LIVE June 30th @ 8pm
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