Richard Manning - If It Sounds Good, It Is Good
What music is keeping you sane during these weird times? Whether it's jazz, rock, or country, did you know it all grows from the same... roots?
Join us for a conversation with Richard Manning, author of If It Sounds Good, It Is Good: Seeking Subversion, Transcendence, and Solace in America's Music.
Showtime is Tuesday, November 10, at 7PM MST.
Registration link HERE!
Richard Manning is a lifelong journalist, guitarist, and—most importantly—banjo player.
His newest book dives into the history, heart, and soul of American roots music: the product of poor, working-class folk, and the source of American music as we know it today.
Whether you're a historian or a music buff, this book is a treat!
About the Author:
Richard Manning is a lifelong journalist and the author of eleven books. He is a contributing editor for Harper’s magazine, was a John S. Knight Fellow in Journalism at Stanford University, and has received many awards, especially in environmental journalism.
Event is free and open to the public.