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Cornbread Harris Minnesota Music Museum
The interest grows into not just a blues and jazz museum, but a music museum that would recognize all forms of Minnesota music. A Minnesota original keep stake that would be shared by millions. This museum offers music lesson, and live performances.
In the Heart of Down Town Osseo, MN is what people are calling it.
Presented by: Poor No More Inc and Jackson Studio’s
For decades Minnesota music tradition has long been practiced and appreciated in Minnesota. Now we can honor the musicians, composers, authors and other individuals who have made a historical contribution, impact and a who have had overall Influence on the music in Minnesota.
Donald (DJ) Jackson, CEO of Poor No More Inc. has begin to promote the music of Minnesota to music lovers young and not so young by giving them the appreciation of this legendary music; the pioneers that preformed; and a place where the history of Minnesota music can be seen though pictures, statues, videos, and shared with visitors, locally and from around the world at: soon to be indoor mini mall facility in Osseo, MN.
In the very near future stories will be told, music will be shared, and pictures will be on display. Memorabilia and, of course, James Samuel Cornbread Harris, Sr. will be available on occasion as with other artist for visitors to meet and greet.
James Samuel (Cornbread) Harris Sr. has been the Minnesota blues Man for over 50 years, and has taught music to hundreds of students and mentored even more for over 30 years, in the inner Cities. He is still performing around the Twin Cities and is being enjoyed by many. Mr. Harris is being honored, and has agreed to be the Ambassador of the Blues and Jazz portion of the Museum; He will also help decorate the stage with Historical items and memories.
Mr. Harris has been an educator of this wonderful music to the younger generation; music will continue to live on. With this museum, history in music, will, keep going forever in Minnesota.
Many Blues Clubs around the Twin Cities acknowledge the need to have a museum in Minnesota. They have, for years, placed items of Minnesota on remembrance on their walls. Reaching from Chicago, Illinois to Memphis Tennessee a Blues and Jazz connection has been building in order to create the history of past (and present) Blues and Jazz artists.
Local Minnesota music talent will also have an opportunity to speak, and in some cases, participate in live simple performances at the site. The history of Minnesota music, and how it relates in today’s music, will sound out in the Historical Museum.
Everyone can, and will, be able to appreciate the cultural of Minnesota music sound in a museum. The Blues Hall of Fame and the Greater Twin Cities Blues Society will be welcomed to take part of this wonderful opportunity, in any way that they have interest, in bringing the music to the facility in Osseo, MN.
The Minnesota music culture historical contribution can and will begin to impact and influence people to enjoy forever.
Radio and television stations will be asked to help inform communities and music lovers, in order to support the collaborative efforts of this event. The museum may also be a destination and educational field trip for school aged children.
For more information please contact Donald Jackson at 612-306-5894 or email Donald.jacksonstudio@
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