Dick Rosemont (co-founder of Flat, Black and Circular) Presents Music of the 1960s - 2 Sessions (60's Rock & Motown)
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About The Event
From an early age, music has been a part of Dick Rosemont’s life. Encouraged by his father who played in big bands in the 1930s, Dick formed his first rock band in 1963 (before the Beatles invaded our shores). He has produced and hosted radio programs on both public and commercial stations. His music articles have appeared in various publications. Dick was a co-founder/operator of Flat, Black & Circular for 33 1/3(!) years. He formed the band Mystic Shake, playing with the group until relocating to New Mexico in 2010. He now buys and sells record albums as The Guy In The Groove in Santa Fe, and plays in two street bands.
Dick Rosemont will present an entertaining and incisive look at the music environment of the 1960s. It was a significant period for changes in all aspects of culture and the music business. Hear some of the significant songs of the era and recordings that influenced future artists and styles. The first session provides a general overview of 1960s rock as it evolved musically, culturally, and commercially—from pre-Beatles pop to later-decade "acid rock." The second session looks at Motown and its influences, tracing the rise and success of the largest black-owned company in the country, and its impact on music culture.
Quotes from previous attendees:
"Mr. Rosemont has an incredible breadth of knowledge and his presentation is very engaging."
"The juxtaposition of music, pictures and talk was excellent."
"Dick is so knowledgeable and connected to the music world. He demonstrates this in a humble, unassuming way, sharing his passion and expertise in such a fun manner."
"All the behind the scenes anecdotes were great. Listening to the music brought back many memories."
- 1PM Session: 60's Rock & Roll$16$160$0
- 4PM Session: Rise of Motown$16$160$0
- BOTH SESSIONS$26$260$0