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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame representatives and Cincinnati city officials unveiled a historic marker, Nov. 23, donated by the Rock Hall and erected by the city at the former King Records studio at 1540 Brewster Ave. in Evanston. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame President Terry Stewart also announced details of a King Records Lecture Series to be presented by the Rock Hall at Cincinnati State Technical & Community College. Photo by Scott Beseler
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame representatives and Cincinnati city officials unveiled a historic marker, Nov. 23, donated by the Rock Hall and erected by the city at the former King Records studio at 1540 Brewster Ave. in Evanston. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame President Terry Stewart also announced details of a King Records Lecture Series to be presented by the Rock Hall at Cincinnati State Technical & Community College. Photo by Scott Beseler
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame representatives and Cincinnati city officials unveiled a historic marker, Nov. 23, donated by the Rock Hall and erected by the city at the former King Records studio at 1540 Brewster Ave. in Evanston. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame President Terry Stewart also announced details of a King Records Lecture Series to be presented by the Rock Hall at Cincinnati State Technical & Community College. Photo by Scott Beseler
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame representatives and Cincinnati city officials unveiled a historic marker, Nov. 23, donated by the Rock Hall and erected by the city at the former King Records studio at 1540 Brewster Ave. in Evanston. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame President Terry Stewart also announced details of a King Records Lecture Series to be presented by the Rock Hall at Cincinnati State Technical & Community College. Photo by Scott Beseler
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame representatives and Cincinnati city officials unveiled a historic marker, Nov. 23, donated by the Rock Hall and erected by the city at the former King Records studio at 1540 Brewster Ave. in Evanston. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame President Terry Stewart also announced details of a King Records Lecture Series to be presented by the Rock Hall at Cincinnati State Technical & Community College. Photo by Scott Beseler
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame representatives and Cincinnati city officials unveiled a historic marker, Nov. 23, donated by the Rock Hall and erected by the city at the former King Records studio at 1540 Brewster Ave. in Evanston. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame President Terry Stewart also announced details of a King Records Lecture Series to be presented by the Rock Hall at Cincinnati State Technical & Community College. Photo by Scott Beseler
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame representatives and Cincinnati city officials unveiled a historic marker, Nov. 23, donated by the Rock Hall and erected by the city at the former King Records studio at 1540 Brewster Ave. in Evanston. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame President Terry Stewart also announced details of a King Records Lecture Series to be presented by the Rock Hall at Cincinnati State Technical & Community College. Photo by Scott Beseler
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame representatives and Cincinnati city officials unveiled a historic marker, Nov. 23, donated by the Rock Hall and erected by the city at the former King Records studio at 1540 Brewster Ave. in Evanston. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame President Terry Stewart also announced details of a King Records Lecture Series to be presented by the Rock Hall at Cincinnati State Technical & Community College. Photo by Scott Beseler
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame representatives and Cincinnati city officials unveiled a historic marker, Nov. 23, donated by the Rock Hall and erected by the city at the former King Records studio at 1540 Brewster Ave. in Evanston. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame President Terry Stewart also announced details of a King Records Lecture Series to be presented by the Rock Hall at Cincinnati State Technical & Community College. Photo by Scott Beseler
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame representatives and Cincinnati city officials unveiled a historic marker, Nov. 23, donated by the Rock Hall and erected by the city at the former King Records studio at 1540 Brewster Ave. in Evanston. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame President Terry Stewart also announced details of a King Records Lecture Series to be presented by the Rock Hall at Cincinnati State Technical & Community College. Photo by Scott Beseler
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame representatives and Cincinnati city officials unveiled a historic marker, Nov. 23, donated by the Rock Hall and erected by the city at the former King Records studio at 1540 Brewster Ave. in Evanston. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame President Terry Stewart also announced details of a King Records Lecture Series to be presented by the Rock Hall at Cincinnati State Technical & Community College. Photo by Scott Beseler
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame representatives and Cincinnati city officials unveiled a historic marker, Nov. 23, donated by the Rock Hall and erected by the city at the former King Records studio at 1540 Brewster Ave. in Evanston. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame President Terry Stewart also announced details of a King Records Lecture Series to be presented by the Rock Hall at Cincinnati State Technical & Community College. Photo by Scott Beseler
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame representatives and Cincinnati city officials unveiled a historic marker, Nov. 23, donated by the Rock Hall and erected by the city at the former King Records studio at 1540 Brewster Ave. in Evanston. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame President Terry Stewart also announced details of a King Records Lecture Series to be presented by the Rock Hall at Cincinnati State Technical & Community College. Photo by Scott Beseler
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame representatives and Cincinnati city officials unveiled a historic marker, Nov. 23, donated by the Rock Hall and erected by the city at the former King Records studio at 1540 Brewster Ave. in Evanston. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame President Terry Stewart also announced details of a King Records Lecture Series to be presented by the Rock Hall at Cincinnati State Technical & Community College. Photo by Danny Nader
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame representatives and Cincinnati city officials unveiled a historic marker, Nov. 23, donated by the Rock Hall and erected by the city at the former King Records studio at 1540 Brewster Ave. in Evanston. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame President Terry Stewart also announced details of a King Records Lecture Series to be presented by the Rock Hall at Cincinnati State Technical & Community College. Photo by Danny Nader
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame representatives and Cincinnati city officials unveiled a historic marker, Nov. 23, donated by the Rock Hall and erected by the city at the former King Records studio at 1540 Brewster Ave. in Evanston. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame President Terry Stewart also announced details of a King Records Lecture Series to be presented by the Rock Hall at Cincinnati State Technical & Community College. Photo by Danny Nader
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame representatives and Cincinnati city officials unveiled a historic marker, Nov. 23, donated by the Rock Hall and erected by the city at the former King Records studio at 1540 Brewster Ave. in Evanston. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame President Terry Stewart also announced details of a King Records Lecture Series to be presented by the Rock Hall at Cincinnati State Technical & Community College. Photo by Danny Nader
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame representatives and Cincinnati city officials unveiled a historic marker, Nov. 23, donated by the Rock Hall and erected by the city at the former King Records studio at 1540 Brewster Ave. in Evanston. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame President Terry Stewart also announced details of a King Records Lecture Series to be presented by the Rock Hall at Cincinnati State Technical & Community College. Photo by Danny Nader
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame representatives and Cincinnati city officials unveiled a historic marker, Nov. 23, donated by the Rock Hall and erected by the city at the former King Records studio at 1540 Brewster Ave. in Evanston. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame President Terry Stewart also announced details of a King Records Lecture Series to be presented by the Rock Hall at Cincinnati State Technical & Community College. Photo by Danny Nader
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame representatives and Cincinnati city officials unveiled a historic marker, Nov. 23, donated by the Rock Hall and erected by the city at the former King Records studio at 1540 Brewster Ave. in Evanston. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame President Terry Stewart also announced details of a King Records Lecture Series to be presented by the Rock Hall at Cincinnati State Technical & Community College. Photo by Danny Nader
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame representatives and Cincinnati city officials unveiled a historic marker, Nov. 23, donated by the Rock Hall and erected by the city at the former King Records studio at 1540 Brewster Ave. in Evanston. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame President Terry Stewart also announced details of a King Records Lecture Series to be presented by the Rock Hall at Cincinnati State Technical & Community College. Photo by Danny Nader
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame representatives and Cincinnati city officials unveiled a historic marker, Nov. 23, donated by the Rock Hall and erected by the city at the former King Records studio at 1540 Brewster Ave. in Evanston. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame President Terry Stewart also announced details of a King Records Lecture Series to be presented by the Rock Hall at Cincinnati State Technical & Community College. Photo by Danny Nader
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame representatives and Cincinnati city officials unveiled a historic marker, Nov. 23, donated by the Rock Hall and erected by the city at the former King Records studio at 1540 Brewster Ave. in Evanston. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame President Terry Stewart also announced details of a King Records Lecture Series to be presented by the Rock Hall at Cincinnati State Technical & Community College. Photo by Danny Nader
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame representatives and Cincinnati city officials unveiled a historic marker, Nov. 23, donated by the Rock Hall and erected by the city at the former King Records studio at 1540 Brewster Ave. in Evanston. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame President Terry Stewart also announced details of a King Records Lecture Series to be presented by the Rock Hall at Cincinnati State Technical & Community College. Photo by Danny Nader
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame representatives and Cincinnati city officials unveiled a historic marker, Nov. 23, donated by the Rock Hall and erected by the city at the former King Records studio at 1540 Brewster Ave. in Evanston. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame President Terry Stewart also announced details of a King Records Lecture Series to be presented by the Rock Hall at Cincinnati State Technical & Community College. Photo by Danny Nader
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame representatives and Cincinnati city officials unveiled a historic marker, Nov. 23, donated by the Rock Hall and erected by the city at the former King Records studio at 1540 Brewster Ave. in Evanston. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame President Terry Stewart also announced details of a King Records Lecture Series to be presented by the Rock Hall at Cincinnati State Technical & Community College. Photo by Danny Nader
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame representatives and Cincinnati city officials unveiled a historic marker, Nov. 23, donated by the Rock Hall and erected by the city at the former King Records studio at 1540 Brewster Ave. in Evanston. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame President Terry Stewart also announced details of a King Records Lecture Series to be presented by the Rock Hall at Cincinnati State Technical & Community College. Photo by Danny Nader
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame representatives and Cincinnati city officials unveiled a historic marker, Nov. 23, donated by the Rock Hall and erected by the city at the former King Records studio at 1540 Brewster Ave. in Evanston. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame President Terry Stewart also announced details of a King Records Lecture Series to be presented by the Rock Hall at Cincinnati State Technical & Community College. Photo by Danny Nader
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame representatives and Cincinnati city officials unveiled a historic marker, Nov. 23, donated by the Rock Hall and erected by the city at the former King Records studio at 1540 Brewster Ave. in Evanston. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame President Terry Stewart also announced details of a King Records Lecture Series to be presented by the Rock Hall at Cincinnati State Technical & Community College. Photo by Danny Nader
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame representatives and Cincinnati city officials unveiled a historic marker, Nov. 23, donated by the Rock Hall and erected by the city at the former King Records studio at 1540 Brewster Ave. in Evanston. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame President Terry Stewart also announced details of a King Records Lecture Series to be presented by the Rock Hall at Cincinnati State Technical & Community College. Photo by Danny Nader
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame representatives and Cincinnati city officials unveiled a historic marker, Nov. 23, donated by the Rock Hall and erected by the city at the former King Records studio at 1540 Brewster Ave. in Evanston. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame President Terry Stewart also announced details of a King Records Lecture Series to be presented by the Rock Hall at Cincinnati State Technical & Community College. Photo by Danny Nader
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame representatives and Cincinnati city officials unveiled a historic marker, Nov. 23, donated by the Rock Hall and erected by the city at the former King Records studio at 1540 Brewster Ave. in Evanston. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame President Terry Stewart also announced details of a King Records Lecture Series to be presented by the Rock Hall at Cincinnati State Technical & Community College. Photo by Danny Nader
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame representatives and Cincinnati city officials unveiled a historic marker, Nov. 23, donated by the Rock Hall and erected by the city at the former King Records studio at 1540 Brewster Ave. in Evanston. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame President Terry Stewart also announced details of a King Records Lecture Series to be presented by the Rock Hall at Cincinnati State Technical & Community College. Photo by Danny Nader
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame representatives and Cincinnati city officials unveiled a historic marker, Nov. 23, donated by the Rock Hall and erected by the city at the former King Records studio at 1540 Brewster Ave. in Evanston. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame President Terry Stewart also announced details of a King Records Lecture Series to be presented by the Rock Hall at Cincinnati State Technical & Community College. Photo by Danny Nader
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame representatives and Cincinnati city officials unveiled a historic marker, Nov. 23, donated by the Rock Hall and erected by the city at the former King Records studio at 1540 Brewster Ave. in Evanston. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame President Terry Stewart also announced details of a King Records Lecture Series to be presented by the Rock Hall at Cincinnati State Technical & Community College. Photo by Danny Nader
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame representatives and Cincinnati city officials unveiled a historic marker, Nov. 23, donated by the Rock Hall and erected by the city at the former King Records studio at 1540 Brewster Ave. in Evanston. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame President Terry Stewart also announced details of a King Records Lecture Series to be presented by the Rock Hall at Cincinnati State Technical & Community College. Photo by Danny Nader
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame representatives and Cincinnati city officials unveiled a historic marker, Nov. 23, donated by the Rock Hall and erected by the city at the former King Records studio at 1540 Brewster Ave. in Evanston. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame President Terry Stewart also announced details of a King Records Lecture Series to be presented by the Rock Hall at Cincinnati State Technical & Community College. Photo by Danny Nader
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame representatives and Cincinnati city officials unveiled a historic marker, Nov. 23, donated by the Rock Hall and erected by the city at the former King Records studio at 1540 Brewster Ave. in Evanston. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame President Terry Stewart also announced details of a King Records Lecture Series to be presented by the Rock Hall at Cincinnati State Technical & Community College. Photo by Danny Nader
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame representatives and Cincinnati city officials unveiled a historic marker, Nov. 23, donated by the Rock Hall and erected by the city at the former King Records studio at 1540 Brewster Ave. in Evanston. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame President Terry Stewart also announced details of a King Records Lecture Series to be presented by the Rock Hall at Cincinnati State Technical & Community College. Photo by Danny Nader
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame representatives and Cincinnati city officials unveiled a historic marker, Nov. 23, donated by the Rock Hall and erected by the city at the former King Records studio at 1540 Brewster Ave. in Evanston. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame President Terry Stewart also announced details of a King Records Lecture Series to be presented by the Rock Hall at Cincinnati State Technical & Community College. Photo by Danny Nader
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame representatives and Cincinnati city officials unveiled a historic marker, Nov. 23, donated by the Rock Hall and erected by the city at the former King Records studio at 1540 Brewster Ave. in Evanston. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame President Terry Stewart also announced details of a King Records Lecture Series to be presented by the Rock Hall at Cincinnati State Technical & Community College. Photo by Danny Nader
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame representatives and Cincinnati city officials unveiled a historic marker, Nov. 23, donated by the Rock Hall and erected by the city at the former King Records studio at 1540 Brewster Ave. in Evanston. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame President Terry Stewart also announced details of a King Records Lecture Series to be presented by the Rock Hall at Cincinnati State Technical & Community College. Photo by Danny Nader
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame representatives and Cincinnati city officials unveiled a historic marker, Nov. 23, donated by the Rock Hall and erected by the city at the former King Records studio at 1540 Brewster Ave. in Evanston. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame President Terry Stewart also announced details of a King Records Lecture Series to be presented by the Rock Hall at Cincinnati State Technical & Community College. Photo by Danny Nader
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame representatives and Cincinnati city officials unveiled a historic marker, Nov. 23, donated by the Rock Hall and erected by the city at the former King Records studio at 1540 Brewster Ave. in Evanston. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame President Terry Stewart also announced details of a King Records Lecture Series to be presented by the Rock Hall at Cincinnati State Technical & Community College. Photo by Danny Nader
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame representatives and Cincinnati city officials unveiled a historic marker, Nov. 23, donated by the Rock Hall and erected by the city at the former King Records studio at 1540 Brewster Ave. in Evanston. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame President Terry Stewart also announced details of a King Records Lecture Series to be presented by the Rock Hall at Cincinnati State Technical & Community College. Photo by Danny Nader
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame representatives and Cincinnati city officials unveiled a historic marker, Nov. 23, donated by the Rock Hall and erected by the city at the former King Records studio at 1540 Brewster Ave. in Evanston. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame President Terry Stewart also announced details of a King Records Lecture Series to be presented by the Rock Hall at Cincinnati State Technical & Community College. Photo by Danny Nader
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame representatives and Cincinnati city officials unveiled a historic marker, Nov. 23, donated by the Rock Hall and erected by the city at the former King Records studio at 1540 Brewster Ave. in Evanston. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame President Terry Stewart also announced details of a King Records Lecture Series to be presented by the Rock Hall at Cincinnati State Technical & Community College. Photo by Danny Nader
 


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04.02.2009 at 09:45 Reply
I missed this event and wish my father could have been there (PRINCE JOE CARR) house drummer for king records regcarr@sbcglobal.net

 

 


 
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