GRAMMY Museum Celebrates The Enduring Legacy Of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Bobby Rush, Travis Greene, Betty Wright, and more pay special tribute to the legacy of the "I Have A Dream" civil rights activist.
The GRAMMY Museum Mississippi celebrated the 50th anniversary of the passing of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with a special evening highlighting the music that powered the civil rights movement. A partnership with the Recording Academy Atlanta, Florida, Memphis, and Nashville Chapters, the event featured stories and performances by GRAMMY-winning and -nominated artists, including William Bell, Travis Greene, PJ Morton, Bobby Rush, and Betty Wright, all backed by an all-star band of legendary studio musicians from the golden age of Stax Records.
"Tonight is about celebrating the enduring legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King through the music that made this historic movement, " said co-host Pat Mitchell Worley.
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