Oscar Brown, Jr., Class of 1949, Lectures and Performs for Lincoln

Legendary entertainer Oscar Brown, Jr., class of 1949, performed twice for the University during the week of March 15, 2004. In addition to several classroom lectures and appearances at the start of the week, Brown entertained an alumni audience at the African American Museum in Philadelphia on March 16 with many of his well-known tunes.

The very next afternoon, March 17, Brown performed with a jazz trio at the Mary Dod Brown Memorial Chapel. Some of the hits Brown performed at the Chapel included “I Apologize,” “The Entertainer” and “Signifin’ Monkey.” The following are a few shots from Brown’s memorable few days at Lincoln.

Oscar Brown, Jr. ’49, performs one of his classics in Mary Dod Brown Memorial Chapel on March 17.

Oscar Brown, Jr. talks with students from the University’s Department of Visual and Performing Artsduring his visit to Lincoln during the week of March 15.

 

 


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