“Spirituals to Soul” was a major exhibition that ran from June to November, 2015, at the Monmouth County Historical Association Museum, Freehold, NJ. It covered the history of spirituals, jazz, gospel, rhythm & blues, doo wop and soul music in Monmouth County over a hundred year period. It also detailed many of the entertainment venues that once dotted Asbury Park’s Springwood Avenue and even included the huge marquee from the legendary Turf Club, recently renovated and relit for the exhibit. Classic Urban Harmony’s Pamela and Charlie Horner served as curators. We planned the exhibition, supplied and framed more than rare 100 photos along with sheet music, phonograph records, uniforms, musical instruments, posters, digital frames and listening stations. Working with design expert Stan Cain of Stan Cain Designs and the Monmouth County Historical Association, the exhibition took 15 weeks to prepare. During its run, the exhibit drew hundreds of visitors and much newspaper and television coverage. The exhibition opened with a large well attended reception. Classic Urban Harmony gave a curators talk and also produced an outdoor acappella concert there featuring Quiet Storm. The concert drew over 200 people.