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SOUNDS OF OUR TOWN

 

OUR RESEARCH

Why should we preserve popular music heritage?

What can the music made in a city tell us about its people and histories?

What role might popular music's past play in strengthening creative and heritage futures?

We're a team of researchers interested in popular music heritage and place. Our aim is to make the findings of our research more accessible to the public. On this website, you can view some of our current projects, access a list of recommended resources, and find out a little more about us and the work we do. Feel free to contact us if you have any comments or questions to share.

Motown Museum, Detroit
Black Sabbath Bridge and bench, Birmingham
Exhibit 3000, Detroit
Posters at Dicey Riley's, Wollongong
Bee Gees Way, Redcliffe
 

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Exhibit 3000, Detroit

Photo by Zelmarie Cantillon