What’s a holiday without music? We don’t want to find out! Enjoy a curated playlist from Charlotte Mecklenburg Library that’s sure to inspire holiday cheer, laughter, nostalgia and introduce – or reintroduce – you to our FREE, Freegal Music resource.
Your Charlotte Mecklenburg Library cards provides access to stream and download tunes from your favorite musicians all across the world through hoopla Digital. Here's what Library users have been listening to this month.
Music to our ears! The Robinson-Spangler Carolina Room team takes a look Behind the Vault Doors into the history of the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra.
Originally coined Black Music Month, the commemoration was conceived by black music moguls Kenny Gamble, Dyana Williams and Ed Wright in the 1970s and initiated by President Jimmy Carter on June 7, 1979. The holiday was later renamed African American Music Appreciation Month by President Barack Obama in 2009.
Celebrating the 2017 class of Hall of Fame inductees
Explore the rich history of NC musicians with this playlist made to commemorate the 125th birthday of NC music legend, Charlie Poole.
Celebrating the legacy of the weather-predicting woodchuck
Another school year is drawing to an end and summer break will be here before you know it. The next few weeks will be filled with final exams, end of the year projects, field trips and preparation for summer camps and vacations. Charlotte Mecklenburg Library is here to help your family survive and thrive!