December 10, 2023


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Cincinnati Black Audio Wander of Fame to induct James Brown, The Deele

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A view of the Cincinnati Black Music Walk of Fame, still under construction on Thursday, July 13.

This 12 months marks the Cincinnati Black Songs Wander of Fame‘s 3rd class of inductions, and starting Saturday, the stars will lastly strut their stuff as the physical wander website will come to lifestyle.

The Black Songs Walk of Fame is holding a grand opening celebration on Saturday, July 22, at noon, outside the house the Andrew J. Brady Tunes Heart. The Ohio Gamers will be undertaking a free live performance to rejoice the situation. Event organizers request that people wishing to show up at the opening dress in all-white attire.

Cincinnati’s Black Tunes Stroll of Fame is the brainchild of Hamilton County Commissioner Alicia Reece. Reece will be talking and sharing her story on Saturday as aspect of the ceremonies.

James Brown, the "Godfather of Soul," spent 15 of his most formative musical years, recording at King Records, in Cincinnati.

This year’s inductees are James Brown, The Deele, Philippé Wynne and Louise Shropshire.

This star-studded new course joins 2021 inductees Bootsy Collins, the Isley Brothers, Dr. Charles Fold and Otis Williams, and 2022 inductees Penny Ford, Midnight Star, Wilbert Longmire and Hello-Tek.

What is the Cincinnati Black Tunes Wander of Fame?

The Black Audio Wander of Fame commences with a grand arch entrance. As you walk by, kiosks dispersed about the path present historical details about inducted artists, which can easily be accessed on a smartphone. In the center, there is a area for open dancing and a specific portion for drumming to tunes created by previous inductees. Drumming to the conquer of the records sets off a synced light-weight present in the fountain close by. The walk also includes spots precisely created for social media pictures.

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