7 March The Hooks Project Performs at LorCI March 7, 2018 By ODRC Institutions, Lorain Correctional Institution (LorCI) LorCI, The Hooks Project, Quintet, Black History Month Celebration, Gospel Music, TRAPP FREE, Chaplain Isaac Horton 0 The Hooks Project, a local cover Quintet, was invited to Lorain Correctional as part of the Black History Month Celebration. The Exploration of Black Music was kicked off with an a capella rendition of Wade In The Water, sung by Chaplain Isaac Horton and offender Gregory Baxter followed by the Gospel Music of LorCI's offender choir. The Historical references were given for each genre of music. Mr. Luther Tramel continued to take the audience on a journey in Blues history, featuring the music of B.B. King and William (Bill) Johnson. Dwayne Hooks (lead guitar), the manager and creator of The Hooks Project, Jimmie Brown (bass guitar), and James Brown (drums). He further gave attendees insights into the history of rhythm and blues along with stirring renditions of Purple Rain and Mustang Sally. The Rap genre was covered by T.R.A.P.P. FREE an inspiring group of young men, that touched the hearts and minds of everyone in attendance. The Exploration of Black Music was an overwhelming success. Related LorCI Bee Keeping Program and Reception Reform LorCI Offenders and CWRU Students Collaborate in College Learning Storybook Project Ministry at Dayton Correctional CCI Participates in Project School Tools LorCI Celebrates their Re-Accreditation LorCI Host Organization - "Because I Said I Would" Comments are closed.