By Brenton Crozier
SOTRU visits Gip’s Place, an old Alabama juke joint. Run by Henry Gipson, the 90-something year old owner, Gip’s Place is legendary in the blues world, slowly healing the racial wounds of the past through music.
Tags: birmingham, gip's place, juke joint
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Been missing this place. Way overdue for a visit.
Been missing this place. way overdue for a visit.
you go cyndi!
you go cindi
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