Virtual Programs

Links to virtual listening parties, pre-recorded programs, and virtual quizzes. 


Women Musicians in Nashville Oral History Panel Discussion

This panel will premiere on 11/24/2020 click here to view the panel or on the poster image below to be re-directed to the CPM YouTube where the video is available on demand.

Women's oral history discussion panel 


Jimi Hendrix A-Z

The Center for Popular Music hosted a virtual discussion with Dr. Mike Alleyne, professor in the Department of Recording Industry at Middle Tennessee State University, who recently published The Essential Hendrix: An A-Z Compendium. The book focuses on the people, places, and music associated with Jimi Hendrix. It has been fifty years since the death of the rock icon, but his influence endures. The discussion was moderated by Public History Doctoral Student Katie Rainge-Briggs. 


 

Listening parties

Relax and enjoy one of popular listening parties from the comfort of your own home. We want to create the same type of experience that our in person listening parties have. So, we have created a Google Classroom Discussion session where you can share your thoughts and opinions about the listening parties. 

Go to: classroom.google.com

Our Class Code: sfck74

The Old Grey Whistle Test, a listening party created by Archives Assistant Olivia Beaudry.

OGWT

Enjoy this stay at home quarantine listening party created by the CPM Assistant Librarian Ashley. 

#Stayhome listening party

These are the top music videos trending on YouTube in April of 2020. 

April 2020 YouTube Trending Vidoes

 

 

 


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