Piper Carter Podcast
by Detroit is Different
April 13, 2021 12:00 am
Piper Carter is the founder of ‘We Found Hip-hop.’ Advocate for Women in Hip-hop, Hip-hop culture, Detroit advocacy, Artistry, and Youth Dilla Day Detroit. The photographer, Howard University Graduate, and B-Girl is dynamic. This podcast is a weekly take on what’s happening in Piper Carter’s world. Guests, stories, and news will be covered all the time. Produced by Detroit is Different. Brittany ‘the token millennial’ is the co-host and producer of the Piper Carter Podcast. Email us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Show Title: “PRESERVING DETROIT’S LEGACY” Listen + Subscribe NOW The Piper Carter Podcast on #DetroitIsDifferent Episode #121
Interview: Singer, Storyteller, Writer, Dancer, Percussionist, Lyricist, & co-Founder of the women’s oral history vocal group “Hakamma”, Jarah Michelle McKinney is an Archivist & Librarian working as Education Program Producer at The Charles H Wright Museum & is also the new Executive Director at Detroit Sound Conservancy (DSC): A nonprofit community-based archive documenting Detroit music through preservation, education, performance, & place keeping.
DSC will preserve the musical recordings of Harold W. McKinney (1928-2001).
The collection contains numerous audio & cassette tapes documenting the music of “The Baron” from the 1960s to his death in 2001. DSC plans to inventory, digitize, & make accessible the recordings at their soon-to-be-open-to-the-public museum, library, & archive in the heart of the West Side neighborhood where McKinney grew up & later, raised his family. Preserving McKinney’s recorded legacy is part of a larger effort to document Detroit’s rich sonic legacies beyond Motown.
These recordings include broadcasts, live events, studio recordings, evaluation dubs, a metal ‘mother’ for disc album production, concerts, lecture-demonstrations, studio & home rehearsals of various groups of players/singers of original compositions, lyrics, & original lyrics set to cover material, home recordings of archival personal family moments & recorded conversations about the history of the musical development of African American music.
Some of the studio recordings at risk have been released for the mass market as long-playing 33 rpm & 45 rpm discs and CDs now out-of-print.
🎶 Weekly Featured Artist: Gayelynn McKinney ft Michelle Mckinney “Nostalgia” from “McKinfolk: The New Beginning”
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3 generations discussing Hip Hop, Social Justice, Politics, Tech, Arts & Culture. Cohosts: Deja + Brittany March + JYR3H
Piper Carter is the founder of We Found Hip Hop & Youth Dilla Day, an advocate for Women in Hip Hop, Hip Hop culture, Detroit arts & culture.
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