New Hope Gallery to Host Talk, Exhibit Delving into the History of The Mamas & the Papas

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"It's a unique opportunity to delve into the fascinating world of the Mamas & the Papas and gain a deeper understanding of their music, struggles, and impact on the music industry," the gallery said online.

Arete Gallery in New Hope will be showing a collection of photographs during an author talk related to a major group from the 1960s.

The gallery, located at 122 South Main Street, will host author Scott G. Shea, the author of “All the Leaves Are Brown: How the Mamas & the Papas Came Together and Broke Apart,” on Sept. 16 – 17. Shea’s appeareance will coincide with a gallery of rare photographs related to the California music group’s history.

“It’s a unique opportunity to delve into the fascinating world of the Mamas & the Papas and gain a deeper understanding of their music, struggles, and impact on the music industry,” the gallery said online.

The gallery is currently housing several pieces of history related to Bruce Springsteen. The collection features photographs, signed pieces, musical artifacts, and more that have a direct correlation with Springsteen’s long career.

Just recently, the New Hope gallery announced that it would become the home of several pieces of artwork created by Jerry Garcia, the late frontman of the Grateful Dead. The exhibit originally ran from Aug. 1 – 9, the dates of his birth and death.

Learn more about the exhibit and the band’s impact on American music at Arete Gallery.

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