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RED BANK: PROTEST MUSIC OF THE 1960s
November 11, 7:00 pm
The United States in the 1960s was a powder keg of equal rights movements, anti-war protests, and counterculture. With revolution sparking throughout the country, musicians were creating music that reflected the urgency of the times and incited continued rebellion.
Joe Rapolla, Chair of Monmouth University’s Music and Theatre Department, will discuss how music has been used as a vehicle for political change from the 1960s to today.