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Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:

D.C. Art Spaces Oral History Project

 Unprocessed Material — External hard drive DIG_00030
Identifier: 2022.092
Dates: 2017 - 2018

Friday Morning Music Club recordings

 Digital Collection
Identifier: FMMC_DCPL
Dates: 1968 - 2010

Go-Go Museum and Café Collection

 Collection — External hard drive DIG_00030
Identifier: 225
Content Description

The Go-Go Museum & Café and partners collected 11 oral histories, produced two go-go concerts, and organized a major conference on go-go: “Go-Go Preservation Week 2021” in collaboration with the Traditional Arts DC project at Howard University. The Go-Go-Preservation Week panel discussions, concerts, and oral history collections.

Dates: 2021

Go-Go Music Collection

Identifier: 101
Scope and Contents

This is an artificially created collection of materials related to Go-Go music and the Go-Go music community. Materials include live and studio recordings of Go-Go performances; periodicals and article clippings about Go-Go performers, music, and culture; academic works regarding Go-Go; and ephemera related to Go-Go music and performances.

Dates: 1975 - 2022

Go-Go Preservation Week 2021 Oral Histories

 Digital Collection
Identifier: 225_01_GoGoMusicCafe
Dates: 2021-11

Jude Hobdy interview, 2021-06-20

Identifier: dcpl_dcohc031_02.wav
Abstract Jude tells the story of being born in San Diego, California to a very musical family, where they spent most of their time outdoors, playing sports, exploring. They moved to Seattle, Washington in early 2000s, where a new and different journey starts, including composing music and taking piano and vocal lessons. Jude then goes to Oakwood College in Alabama, where they deepen their musical practices, composing own songs, while facing the realities of overt racism in the South. Jude spends time...
Dates: 2021-06-20

Layne Garrett interview, 2021-06-05

Identifier: dcpl_dcohc031_05.wav
Abstract Layne Garrett discusses growing up in a typical household in Tennessee and spending his childhood, visiting family on long road trips to Texas. While interest in music was always present in Layne’s life, it was in high school that exposure to outsider literature and open tuning in guitar brought him to be a part of music projects and pursue creative expression. He reflects on four years of living in a new city in Phoenix after college, where lack of social engagements got him to experiment...
Dates: 2021-06-05

Luke Stewart interview, 2021-06-20

Identifier: dcpl_dcohc031_07.wav
Abstract Luke Stewart talks about being born in the Mississippi Gulf Coast and moving to Washington, D.C. in pursuit of music and historical connections to the legacy of radical music and culture in the capital. His approach to performance is that of recognizing musical legacies of the cities, where he is based, and using radical music and culture as tools of resistance and call for social justice. He meets a community of improvising musicians and elders while working at WPFW. Luke continues to meet...
Dates: 2021-06-20

Sarah Hughes interview, 2021-07-02

Identifier: dcpl_dcohc031_09.wav
Abstract Sarah Hughes reflects on growing up in Maryland and starting to play the saxophone at the age 9, inspired by a musical family and early exposure to live jazz performances. She Remembers her development as a jazz musician and interest in improvisation. When she starts to attend the New England Conservatory, she builds new skills in the music and meets many inspiring and challenging peers and mentors. After returning to Baltimore, she starts to play music with DMV improvising musicians,...
Dates: 2021-07-02

Sayer-Ellis, Thomas

 Unprocessed Material — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 2022.058
Dates: Undated