Legendary Chicago-based Blues/R&B Singer/Songwriter Holle Thee Maxwell announces The African American Services Committee & One Book One Chicago in celebration of African American History Month cordially invite the public to enjoy "An Evening with Blues Legend: Holle Thee Maxwell" on Wednesday, February 28, 2018 at the Woodson Regional Library – Auditorium, 9525 South Halsted Street, Chicago, IL at 6:00 PM.  More information can be found online through the Chicago Public Library website here.

Join Legendary Holle Thee Maxwell for an interview, performance and discussion of her new book: "Freebase Ain't Free". This book looks at a period in Holle's long musical career that connected her to Rock 'n' Roll star, GRAMMY Award-winning Ike Turner, and tracks the intersecting and intertwining of their kindred spirits, mutual ups and downs and the arc of their inexplicably dynamic relationship.  "Freebase Ain't Free" was co-written by Holle Thee Maxwell and David Kozin.  Book cover artwork is credited to Peter Hurley.

Come for the singing. Stay for the talk.

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Book Cover Artwork credit to Peter Hurley