Leon Russell collection donated to proposed OK POP museum
A collection of more than 4,500 pieces of Leon Russell memorabilia has been donated to the proposed Oklahoma Museum of Popular Culture — contingent on the state’s coming up with a $42.5 million bond issue to build the museum, called OK POP.
Russell attended a news conference Tuesday to announce the donation by Houston oilman Steve Todoroff. The 2011 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee said he was pleased with the plans to include...
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