Carlo Wolff, author of Invisible Soul: Uncovering Cleveland's Underground Soul Scene will speak at Mac's on Thursday, November 2nd at 7 pm.
Between 1958 and 1993, Thomas and Louise Boddie (pronounced Bo-dee) maintained Boddie Recording Company, the longest-running studio, pressing plant or label group in the history of Cleveland. Invisible Soul documents their story as well as this history of soul music in Cleveland.
Carlo Wolff is a prolific freelance journalist and author who has written for publications including The Boston Globe, Chicago Sun-Times, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, The Plain Dealer and The Christian Science Monitor. He specializes in music criticism, book reviews and feature articles about popular culture, travel, and business
Carlo is the editor of the oral history Cleveland Rock and Roll Memories and co-author with Mike Belkin of Mike Belkin: Socks, Sports, Rock & Art", co-author with architect Robert Madison of Designing Victory and co-author with attorney Terry Gilbert of Trying Times
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