Museum of Broadcast Communications: Louder Than Words

From Clapton to Clinton, music and politics have influenced one another for decades. The Museum of Broadcast Communications will be hosting the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame’s popular traveling exhibit “Louder Than Words: Rock, Power & Politics” and it’s a must-see experience. Check out artifacts and features from 50+ artists and political figures such...

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From Clapton to Clinton, music and politics have influenced one another for decades. The Museum of Broadcast Communications will be hosting the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame’s popular traveling exhibit “Louder Than Words: Rock, Power & Politics” and it’s a must-see experience. Check out artifacts and features from 50+ artists and political figures such as handwritten lyrics from artists like Bob Dylan and Bruce Springsteen, original Village People stage costumes, the 1966 Fender Telecaster belonging to Joe Strummer, and much more. See how music has shaped current cultural norms on eight political topics including civil rights, LGBT issues, international politics, and feminism.

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