11/15/19-Abbey Road’s 50th Birthday Party: A Celebration of The Beatles with Glenn Gass
November 15 @ 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Abbey Road’s 50th Birthday Party:
A Celebration of The Beatles with Glenn Gass
November 15th . 6:30-9:30 PM
1333 S. Fenbrook Ln.
Join us for a multi-media presentation showcasing the Beatles’ last studio album together, released in the fall of 1969. Professor Gass’ inimitable style of passionate storytelling brings to life the high art on the pop chart brought to the world by what many consider the most influential musical group in history.
Event sponsored by:
Dinner and cash bar provided by:
Semi-formal attire appreciated
Proceeds support Middle Way House’s services for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking—including emergency shelter, legal advocacy, 24/7 help and crisis line (812.336.0846), transitional and permanent housing, educational and prevention programs, and more.
Individual tickets $125
Table for eight $900
(includes two individual tickets, recognition on invitations, event program and online media.)
For more information or to secure your sponsorship, contact: Erin Hollinden by phone (812.333.7404) or email.
About Glenn Gass:
Glenn Gass is Provost Professor of Music in General Studies at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music. He teaches a series of courses that he developed on the history of rock and popular music that were the first to be offered through a music school and are now the longest-running courses of their kind in the world.
He is the recipient of the Herman B Wells Lifetime Achievement Award, Indiana University Sylvia Bowman Distinguished Teaching Award, IU Student Alumni Association Student Choice Award, Society of Professional Journalists Brown Derby Award, and other teaching awards and honors. He was inducted into the Faculty Colloquium on Excellence in Teaching and is author of A History of Rock Music: The Rock & Roll Era (McGraw-Hill, 1994).Gass is a member of the Education Advisory Board of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland. He is the recipient of grants in composition from the National Endowment for the Arts, Meet the Composer, and Indiana Arts Commission.
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