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Sounds of Birmingham Exhibition – Kick Off March 6

Historical Museum to Feature Sounds of Birmingham Exhibition – Kick Off March 6dinos02sidelogo3

Honoring Birmingham’s rich musical traditions and history, the Birmingham Historical Museum is preparing to kick off a brand new exhibition: the Sounds of Birmingham. The exhibition kick-off reception will take place at the museum on Thursday, March 6 from 6 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

The special evening will be hosted by WCSX & WRIF’s legendary DJ and rock historian, Ken Calvert, along with WCSX’s Peter Werbe. Attendees will enjoy sharing memories about Rock n’ Roll in Birmingham and Detroit. Tickets are $25 per person and include light refreshments and beverages. Proceeds will support the Hill School Bell Project.

The Sounds of Birmingham exhibit will feature:

– CREEM Magazine memorabilia, covers, posters, and behind-the-scene photos

– CREAM Magazine pre- and post-production art

– Chad Smith’s Grammy and Hall of Fame awards and gold records

– Chad Smith’s custom items such as a drum kit and concert jumpsuitsidebar01sponsor

-Official Superbowl 48 (2014) Football, autographed by the Red Hot Chili Peppers

– Photos and Posters of local music legends such as Bob Seger, Noel Paul Stookey (Peter Paul & Marry), Scot Richard Case, the Romantics,  and Mike Posner

– Real instruments for visitors to play

– Make-Your-Own Instrument activity for kids

– And more!

The Birmingham Historical Museum is located at 556 West Maple. Reserve your exhibition kick-off reception tickets by calling (248) 496-3378. Space is limited; reserve your spot by Wednesday, March 5. Find out more about the new exhibit at

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