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Doc: Black Rock Doc

Director Anthony Freeman

From Chuck Berry’s concerts of yesteryear to the YouTube stars of tomorrow, black people have played an integral role in rock-and-roll music from the very beginning. Yet, the mainstream view of rock as “white music” persists in many circles.

What’s the real score? Documentary filmmaker Anthony Freeman decided to find out. Honeysuckle went behind the scenes with Freeman to find out more about his “Black Rock Doc”:

Anthony Freeman’s thoughts on African American Rock n Rollers in the music industry and his upcoming documentary called “Black Rock Doc.”

You can find out more about Anthony Freeman’s documentary Black Rock Doc on his blog. What do you think about the role of rock and roll in the black experience and vice versa? Please let us know in the comments below.

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