James Brothers
James Brothers plan Black History Month program
In recognition of Black History Month, the legendary James Brothers will present a program of music and storytelling on Sat., Feb. 17 at 11 a.m. at the Greer Heritage Museum.


Marshall and Leon James of Lyman began singing with their father and have performed for 73 years with no instruments, just their magnificent voices. The brothers won a 2015 Jean Haney Harris Heritage Award, presented by the S. C. General Assembly, that recognizes performers and advocates of traditional arts in the state.

Their program, which consists of gospel music and black history stories, is free and appropriate for all ages.

The Greer Heritage Museum is located at 106 South Main St.