What It Was: Growing Up When the Music Mattered
Course DescriptionThe Classic Era of Rock & Roll music was a time of incredible creativity in the arts and, in artful ways, of living. It was a tumultuous time, too, when struggles over civil rights, the Vietnam war, political assassinations, and gender equity sometimes made it seem the world was coming apart. The music helped us get through it. It gave us a voice, an anthem, a gathering place where we shared our dreams and fears. This zoom lecture is a memoir of those times by a writer who covered the counterculture and the music with press credentials and a backstage pass.
- Time:1:00 PM – 2:30 PM
- Date: Tuesday, March 7
- Location: Virtual – Zoom
Member – $30
Non-member – $35
One-time guest pass, Member or Non-member at the door – $35.
About the Instructor
James Pagliasotti was the first rock 'n' roll columnist for "The Denver Post," where he covered music and the counterculture from 1968-74. He has written for Rolling Stone magazine and numerous other publications, and is the author of three books.
Upcoming programs presented by James Pagliasotti.
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