Dr. Ysaye Barnwell, formally of the singing group "Sweet Honey in the Rock," delivers a talk entitled, "More Than A Paycheck: What Occupational Music Reveals About Worker Health." Barnwell explains how she came to a career that blended health and music and explains her research project which centers on using music to learn about worklife. Focusing on mining and textiles, Barnwell says that workplace issues and problems are often reflected in the lyrics of songs, as is unionization and attempts to improve the lives of workers. Barnwell answers questions from the audience. She is introduced by Michigan State University Professor John P. Beck. Part of the "Our Daily Work/Our Daily Lives" Brown Bag series co-sponsored by the MSU School of Human Resources and Labor Relations, the MSU Museum, the MSU Libraries Colloquia Series, and the MSU Division of Occupational and Environmental Medicine. Held in the MSU Main Library.