AARP is joined by Lalah Hathaway in celebrating Black Music Month and the connection between music and brain health.
Through its concert series, AARP shares the scientific connection between music and brain health.
From AARP: Staying Sharp’s Guide to Music and Brain Health gives you a deep dive into the long-lasting effects of music on your brain. Explore how music and memory are intrinsically tied together. Understand new ways to experience music, and delve into some genres that may be new to you. Hear from top scientists on how music can flex different areas of the brain. This comprehensive guide provides fascinating and fun insights into the world of music.
AARP presents a virtual concert with Lalah Hathaway, celebrating Black Music Month and the powerful connection between music and brain health. Click the link below to register for the livestream concert and to learn more about the many benefits music may have on health.
Lalah Hathaway is an American singer known for producing R&B, jazz, and pop music. Since her self-titled debut album, released in 1990, she has received ten Grammy nominations and five Grammy Awards. Outside of her music, Lalah helps raise money for breast cancer awareness and treatment to help eradicate breast cancer from the African-American community.