Babe's and Ricky's Inn
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Babe's and Ricky's Inn
For over fifty years, Laura Mae Gross 'Mama', an African American woman from Mississippi, brought musicians together, regardless of race, age, or gender, in a place where only the music mattered. The club was originally located on legendary Central Ave, in South Central LA. 'Mama' created a place where people such as Johnny Lee Hooker, BB King, Albert King, and others shared the stage with newcomers in an open, creative, and safe environment. The film shows many musicians at their homes and on stage. They share their life experiences, their music, and their memories of… More

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"If you don't want to get up and move at some point during this film, go see a doctor."
‑ Betsy Sharkey, Los Angeles Times
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