In MTSU’s James E. Walker Library, it’s possible this fall to make a joyful noise unto the Lord without creating a disturbance. The library has..
MTSU rang with the songs of the early U.S. labor movement Oct. 4 when the Shelby Bottom Duo brought its multimedia musical history of activist Joe..
The headquarters for one of the nation’s most prestigious and respected groups of historians will have a home at MTSU for at least the next..
Bluegrass scholars from around the world can now delve into from a devoted music lover’s “historically and culturally significant” live bluegrass audio collection, both in..
MTSU will ring with the rhythms of traditional string music Monday, March 27, when old-time American music masters and scholars Ken Perlman and Bobby Taylor..
MTSU student and aspiring country music artist Hunter Wolkonowski of Winchester, Tennessee, knew that singer-songwriter Kathy Mattea was coming to give a guest lecture earlier..
The multitalented harmonica player who’s left his inimitable stamp on decades of country and rock recordings will visit MTSU Monday, Nov. 14, to discuss his..
Multitalented singer/songwriter Jonatha Brooke will visit MTSU Thursday, Nov. 3, for a day of events capped by a public interview with insights about songwriting, studio..
Award-winning author and music critic Peter Guralnick will visit MTSU Wednesday, Oct. 26, to discuss his new biography of rock ’n’ roll legend Sam Phillips..
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