Motown hit-maker Lamont Dozier, who co-created “Baby Love,” “Heat Wave” and “Can’t Help Myself,” among more than 50 No. 1 hits, took an enthusiastic, multigenerational..
Rarely does an MTSU guest speaker have an audience dancing before he gets on stage, but Lamont Dozier’s nonstop string of Motown hits playing over..
MTSU’s Department of Recording Industry is bringing the West Coast sound to campus Wednesday, Oct. 28, with a free public screening of the documentary “The..
Motown hit-maker Lamont Dozier was named a Fellow of the Center for Popular Music at MTSU during a special ceremony held Wednesday, Oct. 21, in..
Decades after her best-selling novels and a popular film, author Rebecca Wells says she continues to learn, heal and grow thanks to her books, her life and..
MTSU electronic media communication students provided extensive technical support — and eye-catching entertainment for fans — at the first large music concert inside Murphy Center since..
NASHVILLE — Former MTSU student and current Lady Antebellum lead singer Hillary Scott is giving back to her alma mater by establishing a scholarship for aspiring..
NASHVILLE — “Freedom Sings: The Music that Changed America,” an entertaining and innovative concert experience, is coming to the Nashville Public Library for a free Sept...
For the second straight year, MTSU professor Beverly Keel, chair of the university’s highly touted Department of Recording Industry, will be among the honorees receiving..
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