ARSC Annual Conference

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The Association for Recorded Sound Collections (ARSC) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation and study of sound recordings. Established in 1966, members include record collectors, discographers, and audio engineers, together with librarians, curators, archivists, and researchers.

The 52nd annual ARSC conference was held this past week in Baltimore, MD. It was our distinct pleasure to present about Mable Hillery, Johnny Shines, and our LP release: Hotter Than a Bulldog Spitting in a Polecat's Eye. You can find our slides here

Many thanks to ARSC, as well as our excellent fellow presenters: Maya Lerman of the Library of Congress and Annie Stanfield-Hagert and David Sager representing the Vernacular Music Research Archive of Thornton Hagert. 

Parker Fishel