World’s Most Recorded Drummer, Bermard Purdie’s Musical Journey From Cecil County Childhood to International Fame

Native Cecil Countian, Bernard Purdie, will share his musical journey story. Mr. Purdie was the first African American to enroll at Elkton Public High School. He then went on to an internationally renowned music career and is the world’s most recorded drummer, having worked with such music greats as Aretha Franklin, Miles Davis and B.B. King. Mr. Purdie will share his stories and his music during this one-of-a-kind evening.

Location: Elkton Central Branch 301 Newark Avenue Elkton, MD 21921

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