Sites of Sound

Whether etched in buzzing neon or gleaming Edison bulbs, marquees too hold a rightful place in music history. Like old friends, these ever-changing yet endlessly familiar signifiers of icons in the making take centerstage as Morrison Hotel Gallery presents its latest web-exclusive, SITES OF SOUND. Retrospecting music culture through the lens of those who set the stage, this online exhibition transcends time and genre to pay special tribute to hotbeds where heroes are made. From Whisky a Go Go and the Troubadour to Fillmore East and Studio 54, these unholy hosts are on iconographic par with the music legends given rise within their hallowed halls.


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