This week for What Where When-sday, we discuss Black History in Music: Work, Worship, and Celebration at Jefferson Street Sound Museum with Lorenzo Washington, founder and curator, and Karen Lynn Coffee, vice president. Taking place every Saturday during the month of February, the event features an exclusive art exhibit that aims to celebrate businesses and entrepreneurs that made Jefferson Street a musician haven. Washington and Coffee discussed the event and the museum’s mission to keep the memory of thriving times on the historic street alive.
Additional event opportunities this week include Squid performing at The Basement East, Crooked Rhythm Band No. 1 at The Blue Room, and Michigander playing new and familiar songs at Analog at Hutton Hotel. Check out coverage and a live session from the former WNXP Nashville Artist of the Month here. Stay up to date on upcoming events at WNXP.org/events.