Music & Performance
Mayo Thompson: Live in Concert
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In a rare live show, Mayo Thompson—musician, artist, and a founder of Red Krayola—performs the entirety of his acclaimed album Corky’s Debt to His Father, recorded and released in 1970 on the independent label Texas Revolution. This performance is one of only three occasions in which the full album has been performed live, and the first time in Los Angeles.
This program is made possible by a gift from the Danielson Foundation
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