“Music Dreams…An American Story” Screening Party
February 9 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Come join Henry Turner Jr., Charles Bush and the cast and crew of “Music Dreams…An American Story” for an official screening party. This new documentary is about Turner’s life and the evolution of his music and band. Taking place at Opelousas‘ Rural African American History Museum, it’s the perfect Sunday evening event.
“Music Dreams…An American Story” profiles musician/songwriter/music entrepreneur, Henry Turner, Jr. and his band, Flavor. The film explores blues music in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and tells how reggae influenced the blues, as well as how someone makes it in the music business. Visit with Teddy Johnson, owner of Teddy’s Juke Joint and many more of the characters in Henry’s music world. From humanitarian efforts during Katrina to the Great Flood of 2016, Henry Turner, Jr. does what he can.
Watch interviews with members of the music business community, like Lynn Ourso (former LA Music Commissioner) and Eric Cager (Cutting Edge Music Conference), as well as many of the musicians who make up the vibrant Baton Rouge Blues scene.
The half-hour film presentation will be followed by a Q&A with Henry. Please RSVP to Marcia Groff or Henry himself. It will be a $10 donation in advance and $15 at the door.