On Thursday, October 22, 2020 (7pm ET / 4pm PT), join Bruce and 1997 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee, William “Bootsy” Collins (Parliament-Funkadelic), via a free live stream, as they discuss social justice and music – two prominent themes of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame exhibit, “It’s Been Said All Along.”
-Collins will discuss his racial struggles as a member of James Browns’ band and Parliament-Funkadelic and his new album, The Power of The One, which debuts October 23rd.
-Talamon, best known for photographing R&B and soul musicians during the 1970s and 1980s, will share stories behind images he captured of social justice trailblazers Nina Simone, Marvin Gaye, the O’Jays, Stevie Wonder, and others, that are featured in the exhibit.
The live stream will be on the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame’s Facebook and YouTube channels.
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If you missed it, here’s the full interview…