Rock'N Roll History - Blues to British Invasion

How did African-American folk songs from the Mississippi-Yazoo Delta inspire the British invasion? Find out with recordings from Elvis and Jerry Lee to the Beatles, Rolling Stones, and Zombies. Speaker John Groom attended the same High School as Paul McCartney and George Harrison and John’s Sunday School and is the consummate expert. To get the link, register at: https://uplnj.org/event/rockn-roll-history-blues-to-british-invasion/

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  1. Debbie Walter
  2. 9088515450
  3. dwalter@uplnj.org
Mon, August 09
6:30 pm — 7:30 pm
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How did African-American folk songs from the Mississippi-Yazoo Delta inspire the British invasion? Find out with recordings from Elvis and Jerry Lee to the Beatles, Rolling Stones, and Zombies. Speaker John Groom attended the same High School as Paul McCartney and George Harrison and John’s Sunday School and is the consummate expert. To get the link, register at: ...

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