AARP is joined by Leela James in celebrating the power of Black voices and the connection between music and brain health.
Through its ongoing concert series, AARP reaches diverse segments of people who will benefit from early adoption of brain health habits. AARP uses these concerts to teach people about 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 Leela James, celebrating Black History Month and sharing information about 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.
Leela James is a neo-soul and retro-soul R&B singer and songwriter. She has written eight studio albums and has two number-one songs on the Billboard R&B Airplay chart. Leela James received nominations for the NAACP Image Awards in 2008 (Outstanding New Artist) and 2022 (Outstanding Duo, Group or Collaboration) and the Soul Train Music Awards in 2008 (Best R&B/Soul or Rap New Artist).