Milwaukee Public Library continues its popular Library Loud Days series with a performance of “American Klassiks” at the Martin Luther King Branch, 310 W. Locust St. The performance will be TODAY – Thursday, August 8 at 7:00 p.m. as part of Bronzeville Week. Alderwoman and Library Trustee Milele A. Coggs and Library Director Paula Kiely will welcome patrons to the event.
“American Klassiks” is the work of Milwaukee singer, rapper, producer and multi- instrumentalist Klassik, who reinterprets time-tested spirituals, hymns and anthems in a free, live performance along with SistaStrings and Nickel & Rose.
“Library Loud Days reinvents the library into a place of live music and community bonding, and I am excited by the success of the series,” said Ald. Coggs. “Listening to ‘American Klassiks’ during Bronzeville Week is perfect timing, as the performance will allow us to reflect on our history and culture in a positive environment.”
What: “American Klassiks” featuring Klassik, with SistaStrings and Nickel & Rose
When: TODAY – Thursday, August 8 at 7:00 p.m.
Where: Martin Luther King Branch Library 310 W. Locust St.
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