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Music is an element of cultural heritage that bonds communities and embodies an era. A variety of popular musicians have called DuPage County home, including Muddy Waters, Jim Peterik of Survivor, and the Plain White T’s. In this new exhibit, learn their stories and how they influenced their genres locally and nationally.

On Saturday, September 15 at 1P, join Museum staff and exhibit partners for a ribbon cutting ceremony and special performance by the Ann Stewart and the Banjo Buddies Dixieland Trio, one of the music groups featured in the exhibit.

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