Third Thursday at the Museum
Attend a free lecture on the third Thursday of each month at 7 p.m.
This series covers the history and impact of Tempe-based music in conjunction with the Tempe Sound exhibit which runs through Oct, 2015.
Thursday, March 19 at 7 pm:
Karin Enloe: Waylon Jennings: a Nashville Outlaw
The Tempe History Museum hosts a free evening lecture series every Third Thursday in the fall and spring. This season’s theme focuses on the Tempe music scene. Join the museum for a free cup of coffee and learn about the history and the impact of Tempe-based music. On March 19, Karin Enloe, history professor at ASU, will talk about Waylon Jennings and how his career took off from Tempe, Arizona.
March 19: Karin Enloe, history professor at ASU, will present a talk on Waylon Jennings.
April 16: Timothy Russell from ASU’s School of Music will talk about the mindful trade secrets of conducting an orchestra.
May 21: View some of a documentary film that chronicles the life and career of Arizona musician and bandleader Rafael “Chapito” Chavarria.