Jam Out at The Warehouse Blues Series: Lakota John & Kin and “Music Maker Tintype Documentary Photography Process” Durham Central Park
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Jam Out at The Warehouse Blues Series: Lakota John & Kin and “Music Maker Tintype Documentary Photography Process” Durham Central Park
Jam Out at The Warehouse Blues Series: Lakota John & Kin and “Music Maker Tintype Documentary Photography Process”
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Jam Out at The Warehouse Blues Series: Lakota John & Kin and “Music Maker Tintype Documentary Photography Process”

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John Lakota Locklear, one of Music Maker Relief Foundation’s Next Generation Artists, was born in 1997 in Pembroke, NC. A member of the Lumbee tribe, Lakota John was 7 years old when he started playing harmonic and 9 when he picked up his first guitar.

John Lakota Locklear, one of Music Maker Relief Foundation’s Next Generation Artists, was born in 1997 in Pembroke, NC. A member of the Lumbee tribe, Lakota John was 7 years old when he started playing harmonic and 9 when he picked up his first guitar. He was intrigued by the sound of the slide guitar, and wanted to learn to play. About a year and a half later he bought himself a glass slide, placed it on his pinky finger and has been playing slide ever since. Locklear has performed at Shakori Hills Grassroots Festival, the North Carolina Museum of History and in 2008, was awarded a scholarship to Centrum’s Country Blues Festival in Port Townsend, WA. Before Lakota John’s concert, Tim Duffy and Aaron Greenhood from Hillsborough-based Music Maker Relief Foundation, will prime the audience with a Blues lecture and one of a kind tintype photography exhibit. Tim Duffy and Aaron Greenhood, who have been creating tintypes for several years, feel the difficult process achieves the sharpest detail ever produced in photography, revealing the true essence of the subject.

Beer via Bull City Burger & Brewery. Food trucks on site: Sympathy for the Deli, The Parlour.

Durham Central Park
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Durham, NC 27701
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Friday, July 25th,
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