Bill Graham and the Rock & Roll Revolution
From his early years arriving in America as an orphaned refugee from Nazi Germany to the man who realized rock music's potential for social justice, Bill Graham became an music legend without playing a musical instrument in his career.
Just some of the artists he promoted and built relationships with: The Grateful Dead. Jefferson Airplane. Janis Joplin. The Allman Brothers. Santana. Jimi Hendrix. The Rolling Stones.
He also played instrumental roles in promoting or organizing The US Festival, Live Aid, and Amnesty International'sHuman Rights Now tour.
The National Museum of American Jewish History is the only East Coast venue for this exhibiton.