WALNUT STREET REVUE RETURNS TO IN-PERSON CONCERT AS WE KICKOFF BLACK HISTORY MONTH
Recognizing the contributions that Louisville natives made to music
(Louisville, KY) As we celebrate the Legacy of Black Louisville, Legacies Unlimited, Inc. presents The Walnut Street Revue “Let’s Groove Again” at 7:30pm on Saturday, January 29,2022 at the Kentucky Center for African American Heritage, (KCAAH) located at 1701 W. Muhammad Ali Blvd.
It’s a special evening consisting of exhibits and the historic musical contributions of African Americans from Louisville to the entertainment industry. The Walnut Street Revue “Let’s Groove Again” will pay tribute to the achievements not only to the city but to the nation and the world.
As we take a stroll down Walnut Street known today as Muhammad Ali Blvd., we take you back to the 1930’s, 40’s & 50’s. We are excited to have Rob Lee, Michael Johnson, Yvette Nicole, Paulette Johnson, Erica Denise amongst other talented artists who will set the scene of yesteryear along the strip that generated stars and helped keep dreams alive for aspiring entertainers.
Special guests for the evening will be the soulful Tony Fish & the Groove Masters joined by Daria Raymore, one of Louisville’s premiere vocalists.
Tickets are now available for The Walnut Street Revue “Let’s Grove Again” at Better Days Records in Lyles Mall and 921 Barrett Ave., or you can purchase tickets online at Red Pin Tix | The Walnut Street Revue 2022
Masks and proof of vaccination required for entry.
This event was made possible with the support of The Owsley Brown II Family Foundation, Hardscuffle Inc., WLKY-TV, and George & Mary Lee Fischer.
To setup an interview with Ken Clay of Legacies Unlimited, please contact VIPP Communications at firstname.lastname@example.org.