An Evening of Respect …The Legacy Continues - A Musical Tribute to Otis Redding
Location: Macon Grand Opera House, 651 Mulberry Street, Downtown Macon featuringThe Macon Symphony Orchestra, Dexter and Otis Redding III and special guests
Tickets and information are available at otisredding.com.
Otis Redding: “I’ve Got Dreams To Remember” The 40th Anniversary Exhibition
Dates: Fri, Sep 14, 2007 - Wed, Sep 10, 2008
Location: Georgia Music Hall of Fame
In commemoration of the 40th anniversary of the passing of the legendary Otis Redding, the Georgia Music Hall of Fame presents an exhibit of music, photographs, film and artifacts documenting the singer’s life and musical legacy. Guest curated by Ellen Fleurov, president of Crossroads Traveling Exhibitions, Atlanta, Georgia
Call the Georgia Music Hall of Fame
478-751-3334 or 888-GA-ROCKS
e-mail Katie Roberts
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