What's Going On -- July 11, 2017
16 Bars: Jay Z's 4:44 and the Discursive Web
MusiQology Board Member Fredara Hadley Launches Plus One Music Web Series
Geri Allen, Brilliantly Expressive Pianist, Composer and Educator, Dies at 60
Jay Z's the First MC Named to Songwriters Hall of Fame: A Discussion with Dr. Kenton Rambsy
Three Reasons Why Bob Marley’s Exodus is the Album of the Twenty-First Century
June is African American Music Month!
How to Make It in Music: Musical Duo Eleven was Born in an Independent Study
Poet Ursula Rucker Joins MusiQology for Shows at South on Friday, June 2 and Saturday, June 3
Summer School Part II: Critical Black Feminist Media and Music Industries Studies
What's Going On -- May 17th, 2017
Summer School: Dr. Guy's "Nasty Women Don't Get the Blues (But They Write About Them)" Syllabus
Nothing New: Marcus Strickland's Genre Wanderings...and the People Trying to Sell You Them
Is Caroline Shaw To Rap What Elvis Was To Rock?
Dr. Guy's MusiQology and St. Paul's Baptist Church Present "Rhythms of the Cross" Friday, April 14
Announcing a Collaboration Between MusiQology and The 365 Days of Black History Project
I've Got Dreams to Remember: Considering Race in Contemporary Memphis
16 Bar Blues: Memorializing the Underrated Chuck Berry
Iconi-Casts: The Top Black Music Podcasts
Dr. Guy Introduces Kellie Jones' New Book, South of Pico
Wow this is the best lecture/event I’ve ever had so far this semester. I really admire Mrs. Jones for her strong characters and artistic talent, but more importantly, learning about the Jazz culture through her lenses really makes me appreciate the generational gap (or maybe gaps). Although we all love Jazz, things that are different from the 1940s, 1970s, or 1980s really give us unique perspective on things. I just felt like I was taking in all this wisdom from a grandmother.
The highlight of the event is the poetry, Jazz performance. Musiqology! The band and Mrs. Jones seemed to had a lot of fun playing and performing. It was such a vibrant scene, burst with energy and creativity. I was surprised by how serious the band members were when they played. Great job!
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