On March 9 at Barnes & Noble on Campbell Lane, Paul F. Wells, director of the Center for Popular Music at Middle Tennessee State University, presented this month’s Kentucky Live! program. View the photo album and visit the Libraries’ Podcasts page to listen to his lecture.
Daily Archives: March 6, 2006
Carlton Jackson, author of the book Joseph Gavi: Young Hero of the Minsk Ghetto, spoke in room Helm Library 100 on the evening of March 7. Dr. Gavi was personally responsible for saving many Jewish people from death at the hands of the Nazis.
This Tuesday, March 7th, Australian-born singer-songwriter Matt Zarb performed in Java City. Matt and his music has been described as “Aussie-Bush-Grass,” and his delivery as having the “attitude and the irreverence of a convict.” Matt now lives in Kentucky and has released his first solo album Hillbilly Bride.