Join the Murrysville Community Library and Recreation Department for another Rock Talks! presentation by Erik Selinger: â€œCredit Where Credit is Overdue: Recognizing the Contributions Made by Black Artists to the History of Rock Music.â€ Think Elvis was the King? Think again. Men and women of color laid much of the groundwork for what became rock and roll. And itâ€™s well past time for them to get their due. We will recognize blues artists as far back as the 1920s, through â€œrace recordsâ€, the â€œchitlinâ€™ circuitâ€, and the early days of rock and roll, all the way up to the present day. Weâ€™ll listen to a raw, powerful song from Austin, Texas guitarist Gary Clarke Jr. about the racism he encountered as a child, and heâ€™s only 39. So those who say â€œthat happened a long time agoâ€ should be prepared for an education. Recognize and Rock On! Register below or call the library at 724-327-1102.