Billboard magazine has included an MTSU leader in its recent list of music industry “change agents,” saluting her and others who are “changing the business —..
College students of color nationwide will be able to connect with country music careers and experts from across the industry in a new pilot program..
African American members of Nashville’s music industry will continue their groundbreaking conversation this Thursday, June 11, with a follow-up panel to answer an “outpouring of..
Recording artist Mickey Guyton and music industry executive Shannon Sanders are among the panelists in a Tuesday, June 2, virtual discussion, “Being African American in the..
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..
LAS VEGAS — The chair of Middle Tennessee State University’s Recording Industry department was featured at an Academy of Country Music event in Las Vegas Saturday..
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — About 300 people gathered at Change the Conversation’s event on Tuesday, Jan. 22, to hear nationally known journalists Ann Powers, Jewly Hight and..
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — For the fifth straight year, MTSU Department of Recording Industry Chair Beverly Keel was honored with a Women in Music City Award from..
LAS VEGAS — MTSU Department of Recording Industry Chair Beverly Keel joined her fellow co-founders of “Change the Conversation” for a special forum Saturday, Aug. 14,..
Beverly Keel wants to change the conversation about women in country music, and her recent public sit-down with country music powerhouse Reba McEntire is evidence..
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