Go Great
February 9th
Members Only Gala: Michigan Rock and Roll Legends Hall of Fame


Members and one guest are invited to visit the museum to meet a special guest, eat, drink and mingle.

The Historical Museum of Bay County is the official home of the Michigan Rock and Roll Legends Hall of Fame. Meet and greet with Gary Johnson, founder of the Hall of Fame and exhibit curator.

Johnson is the author of the book Frankie Lymon's Tombstone Blues, which reveals for the first time the story of the rise and fall of the first teen rock and roll idol and the intrigue behind his timeless doo wop hit, "Why Do Fools Fall In Love." Frankie Lymon and the Teenagers helped change the music business in 1956, and their adolescent sound and vibrant performing style influenced many young male and female singers who followed in their footsteps, including a host of Motown artists.

Frankie Lymon's Tombstone Blues will be on-sale in the Museum Store and Johnson will be available for book signings.

RSVP by calling (989) 893-5733

Become a member: http://www.bchsmuseum.org/membership.html

Related Partners