The Center for Popular Music at Middle Tennessee State University continued its new series of special “unconferences” on old-time music on Friday, March 12, this time bringing..
The Center for Popular Music at Middle Tennessee State University is tuning up for a new series of special “unconferences” about old-time music, taking advantage..
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..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Dr. Mark Doyle Synopsis: Dr. Mark Doyle, a professor of history, discusses his book “The Kinks: Songs of the Semi-Detached,” an..
The Kinks, who were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1990, called the tune on a recent “MTSU On the Record” radio..
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..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Dr. Don Cusic Synopsis: The Curb Professor of Music Industry History at Belmont University, who also is an MTSU alumnus, talks..
The vast diversity of artists and experiences that make up Nashville’s love affair with music was the topic on a recent “MTSU On the Record” radio..
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