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I would appreciate notice of any club dates, concert dates, festival dates, etcetera, that are not listed here. periodical name, issue date, page number), along with any and all relevant details. His great-grandmother sang the plantation songs to him, Taylor wrote them down, and compiled them into a booked titled , which he published in 1862.Pre-History Rivers' great-grandmother was a house slave who listened to and memorized songs that the slaves sang in the fields while working. This first slave book can be found in the Library of Congress.All sessions linked below are to detailed entries for recorded media.Also listed in chronological order within this sessionography and its session entries are play-dates with no known recorded media.[allmusicguide.com] His mother was politically active. Rivers recalls her protests against the poll tax in front of City Hall in Chicago in the 1930s.[blogs.orlandosentinel.com/community_altamonte_blog] ——— 1930-37: Sam Rivers' father sang with a group known as the Silvertone Quartet; his mother was a pianist. Born September 25, 1923, in El Reno, Oklahoma, he was an infant when the family returned to Chicago, and it was there that he took violin and piano instruction starting in 1935.["Liberty Records Press Office, Blue Note Records —Leonard Feather, 3/6/68," at ——— 1937-39: Sam Rivers: Yes. Bartholomew's in Little Rock, and they had all these instruments.Rivers was raised in Chicago and then Little Rock, AR, where his mother taught music and sociology at Shorter College.
He later became a Bishop in the African Methodist Church.Rivers' father was a church musician, touring with a gospel quartet.