CAB celebrates origins of rock

Singer-songwriter Yaniza performs her original songs as well as covers Feb. 18 at the Campus Activities Board’s Origins of Rock and Roll event in celebration of Black History Month held via Zoom. Along with the performance, there was a brief presentation on the history of rock and roll music and the importance of Black artists in its development. / screenshot by Rachel Kendrick
Singer-songwriter Yaniza performs her original songs as well as covers Feb. 18 at the Campus Activities Board’s Origins of Rock and Roll event in celebration of Black History Month held via Zoom. Along with the performance, there was a brief presentation on the history of rock and roll music and the importance of Black artists in its development. / screenshot by Rachel Kendrick
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