MACON, Ga. — Some Central Georgia music legends are receiving recognition with a new exhibit at the Tubman Museum.

The exhibit is called "A Legacy of Soul: Macon Music Heritage," and tells the story of people and places in Macon. 

Many people in the community got a look into the careers of icons like Little Richard, Otis Redding, James Brown, and the Allman Brothers. 

Director of Exhibitions Jeffrey Bruce says Macon is known for its history of music.

"When you talk about Macon, Macon's identity is tied up in its history with music. Macon is a music city -- we say "Macon is where soul is," and that's tied to the story of these great artists that came out of this community," said bruce.

Bruce says the exhibit will be at the museum for the foreseeable future.

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