Black Music Month Luncheon June 19th featuring historic Black recording artist Bobby Hutton and SOUL TRAIN'S first national broadcast! Hosted By National Black Wall Street Chicago
National Black Wall Street Chicago BLACK MUSIC MONTH Luncheon featuring historic Black recording artist Bobby Hutton and SOUL TRAIN'S first national broadcast!
Bobby Hutton singing You're My Whole Reason written by Glenn Watts & Donny Hathaway on the 1st nationally televised Soul Train Show that also included The group Honey Comb, Eddie Kendricks and Gladys Knight
In honor of Black Music Month National Black Wall Street Chicago is pleased to honor with a Living Music Legacy recognition, Chicago recording Artist Bobby Hutton who made Black Music History when he was selected by SOUL TRAIN founder Don Cornelius as one of the first artists to appear in 1971 on the first nationally syndicated show of SOUL TRAIN!! And today is also the maker of the R&B/Steppers Hit "20 Years Later." Come see and hear Bobby Hutton in person and share with this historic Black music legend at our luncheon Thursday, June 19th at 1:00 PM at National Black Wall Street Chicago Headquarters located at 4655 South King Drive, Suite 203. Tickets only $20.00 and can RSVP at 773-895-3221
Also special to Bobby Hutton is that in addition to his music legacy he was also raised in the original Black Wall Street City of Tulsa Oklahoma. Also joining us will be legendary DJ Al Greer, formerly of WVON/WGCI/WKKC and who trained under the legendary DJ, WVON "Good Guy" Richard Pegue, and more!! JOIN US