Standing at a Mississippi crossroads, BBC broadcaster and musician Mark Radcliffe found himself facing his own personal crunch point.
At the age of 60, Radcliffe had just mourned the death of his father only to be confronted by his own mortality with a shock diagnosis of mouth and throat cancer. In the midst of this momentous time in his life, he found himself standing at the most infamous junction in music history – the crossroads immortalised in legendary bluesman Robert Johnson’s most famous song. This moment led him to think about pivotal tracks in music history and how the musicians who wrote and performed them – from Woody Guthrie to Gloria Gaynor, Kurt Cobain to Bob Marley – came to their own crossroads in the creation of such epoch-changing music.
- Date: Saturday 5th October
- Time: 5:00 pm
- VenueKings Hall
- Price£14.00/£10.00 concessions
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