Multiplatinum entertainer and former Middle Tennessee State University student Chris Young returned to his hometown Wednesday, Jan. 27, for the grand opening of a MTSU..
The writing is on the wall at the James E. Walker Library, and it pays tribute to a devoted supporter. Michael Humnicky, a former engineer..
The “thirteen hundred fifty-two guitar pickers in Nashville” were only “mothers’ sons” when John Sebastian’s “Nashville Cats” brought Music City session musicians into the spotlight in..
From the gates of Fort Campbell, Kentucky, to Nashville’s Jefferson Street club scene to his fiery Monterey Pop Festival appearance, rock legend Jimi Hendrix‘s comet-like..
MTSU photography Professor Emeritus Harold L. Baldwin, whose dedication to his craft — and art — helped him guide and encourage the vision of thousands..
Get ready to rock this Friday, March 6, when artists, volunteers and students from Middle Tennessee’s groundbreaking Southern Girls Rock Camp reunite to celebrate National..
MTSU is joining the applause for the Arts Center of Cannon County and its 40 years of showcasing music, theater, dance, sculpture, painting, quilting, basket-making..
National media outlets recently published the perspectives of MTSU faculty experts on various topics including impeachment, social media, foreign policy, lawsuits against tobacco companies and..
Beverly Keel, chair of MTSU’s top-ranked Department of Recording Industry, will take the reins of the university’s College of Media and Entertainment as its new..
If the recent focus on music’s roots has you hankering to hear more, a young pair of old-time Tennessee fiddling wizards, captured on 21st-century digital..