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Jake Blount: African American Roots Music

February 23 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

  • Celebrate Black History Month with the Folklore Society of Greater Washington, and the Library of Congress.

    The Folklore Society of Greater Washington, and the Library of Congress are joining forces to celebrate the contributions of African Americans to American music in a free concert by Washington, D.C. native and ground-breaking Roots musician Jake Blount. The Concert will take place in the Library of Congress’ historic Jefferson Building at 6 p.m. on February 23.

    The concert is part of” Live At the Library”, a series of Thursday night events in the Library of Congress. Details and registration at
    https://www.fsgw.org/concerts or Live! At the Library: African American Folk Music with Jake Blount | Library of Congress (loc.gov).

    The Thomas Jefferson Building is located at Thomas Jefferson Building, 10 First Street SE, Washington, DC. Closest Metro Stations: Capitol South (Orange, Blue, and Silver Lines) and Union Station (Red Line)

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    Folklore Society of Greater Washington
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    Library of Congress
    10 First Street SE
    Washington DC, DC 20540-4610 United States
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