Phonographic Memory is a storytelling event dedicated to examining and celebrating the human experience as framed through vinyl records. Presenters will be given 10-12 minutes to tell a personal story about a record in their collection, and then play a song from that album. The program was started in San Francisco in 2014, with free monthly events hosted in public libraries and venues throughout the city. A coinciding podcast, available on PhonographicMemory.org, iTunes and Stitcher, archives stories from these events. If you are interested in sharing a story and song at the March 26th event, send an email to Register@PhonographicMemory.org with your full name and a brief synopsis of your story. If you’d just come to listen, please do! All are welcome.
Phonographic Memory is the brainchild of Corey Bloom, who just moved to Princeton from San Francisco and will me hosting the Labyrinth event.