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Keeping a record of it

Lonnie Holley (performer)
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Keeping a record of it

Title
Keeping a record of it
Performer
Lonnie Holley 1950-
Publisher
Dust to Digital, 2013
1 cd + boekje
Playing time
00:44:07
EAN
0880226003326
CDR
JK184517
Placing suggestion
78 - Pop (NBLC) P4 - Populaire muziek Engels (Flemish music schema)

Availability in Flemish libraries

About Lonnie Holley

Lonnie Bradley Holley (born February 10, 1950) sometimes known as The Sand Man, is an American artist, art educator, and musician. He is best known for his assemblages and immersive environments made of found materials. He was born the 7th of 27 children during the Jim Crow era and claims to have been traded for a bottle of whiskey when he was four. Holley's work is included in the representation of the Souls Grown Deep foundation.

Early life

Lonnie Holley was born on February 10, 1950, in Birmingham, Alabama, (during the Jim Crow era). From the age of five, Holley worked various jobs: picking up trash at a drive-in movie theatre, washing dishes, and cooking. He lived in a whiskey house, on the state fairgrounds, and in several foster homes. His early life was chaotic and Holley was never afforded the pleasure of a real childhood. Born the 7th of 27 children, Holley claims to have been traded for a bottle of whiskey when …Read more on Wikipedia