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..
An MTSU School of Music professor’s new CD release, featuring university colleagues performing poetry set to his compositions, is earning recognition from some of the..
MTSU faculty continue to address important issues by sharing their expertise with the news media on a variety of topics, including the national economy, remote..
MTSU’s Department of Recording Industry is on Billboard‘s annual list of America’s top music business schools for a seventh year, touted once again for its..
MTSU commercial songwriting students are old pros at collaborating inside and outside the classroom, creating new, often genre-crossing music and teaming up with professors, staffers..
How does an instructor continue a college class that requires demonstration of audio listening ability when students can’t be present together in class? Michael Hanson,..
While performing their regular jobs, MTSU faculty and staff continue to share their expertise with news media outlets during the COVID-19 pandemic. Recent topics include..
MTSU faculty experts provided their views on topics including concert promotion, children’s literature, dystopian movies, media coverage of COVID-19, tournament cancellations and more for national..
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..
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