Music City Commercial Music Extravaganza

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The Music City Commercial Music Extravaganza provides a range of musical experiences that educate, diversify and magnify the path to success in music. Performances from several local bands and Grammy Award-winning writers, producers and publishers begin at 4 p.m., following a series of music industry workshops. Special performances include The Santa Rosa and Santa Maria Bands from Bolívar, Colombia, as part of Armonías, the international music and culture exchange, through the From the Heart International Education Foundation and the Blues Kids Foundation of Chicago from June 26 to July 9. Other performances include the Blues Kids, Centennial Jam Band, Music for LIFE Band, Rockzone Music, Salvation Army Youth Band, the Nashville State Community College Commercial Music Ensemble and the Tennessee State University Commercial Music Ensemble. The event is free and open to the public.

July 8, 2016

4:00pm

Rocketown 601 Fourth Ave S Nashville, TN 37210

Free Event

For more information call 615-715-0441 or email hhicks@mpf.com

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