Black History Matters 365

Celebrating MLK, Jr. Day: A Live Update on the New National Museum of African American Music with Carl Jones/Voiceover Actor and Co-Host

January 18, 2021 BHM365 is a weekly podcast series hosted by Jo Scaife a Marketplace Entrepreneur
Black History Matters 365
Celebrating MLK, Jr. Day: A Live Update on the New National Museum of African American Music with Carl Jones/Voiceover Actor and Co-Host
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Black History Matters 365
Celebrating MLK, Jr. Day: A Live Update on the New National Museum of African American Music with Carl Jones/Voiceover Actor and Co-Host
Jan 18, 2021
BHM365 is a weekly podcast series hosted by Jo Scaife a Marketplace Entrepreneur

In Celebration of  MLK, Jr. Day
An Introduction to National Museum of African American Music in Nashville
(This event is live and uncut)

A live update in Nashville, TN with voiceover actor and co-host Carl Jones. BHM365 is reporting on the ribbon-cutting event of NMAAM in celebrating MLK, Jr. Day and ushering Black History Month.

NMAAM, also hosted a live Facebook event of the recording today at 12 noon. (https://www.facebook.com/theNMAAM)

We took the time to go and look at the museum  downtown and talk about what is coming in the future. Carl will be hosting a tour on Jan. 30th when it will be open to the public for viewing.
The museum's operating hours during the initial limited-access period will be 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Once conditions improve and restrictions can be relaxed, patrons will be able to buy tickets for tour time slots starting at 30-minute intervals. Prices will run from $13.50 for kids ages 7-17 to regular adult general admission of $24.50; children under 6 will be admitted free. Visit the museum's website for more information on becoming a member, making a gift and purchasing tickets.

Make sure you purchase your tickets and support the history of African American Music.

Nashville Scene article: "Nashville Museum of African American Music Sets Opening Date", by Stephen Trageser.

Show Notes

In Celebration of  MLK, Jr. Day
An Introduction to National Museum of African American Music in Nashville
(This event is live and uncut)

A live update in Nashville, TN with voiceover actor and co-host Carl Jones. BHM365 is reporting on the ribbon-cutting event of NMAAM in celebrating MLK, Jr. Day and ushering Black History Month.

NMAAM, also hosted a live Facebook event of the recording today at 12 noon. (https://www.facebook.com/theNMAAM)

We took the time to go and look at the museum  downtown and talk about what is coming in the future. Carl will be hosting a tour on Jan. 30th when it will be open to the public for viewing.
The museum's operating hours during the initial limited-access period will be 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Once conditions improve and restrictions can be relaxed, patrons will be able to buy tickets for tour time slots starting at 30-minute intervals. Prices will run from $13.50 for kids ages 7-17 to regular adult general admission of $24.50; children under 6 will be admitted free. Visit the museum's website for more information on becoming a member, making a gift and purchasing tickets.

Make sure you purchase your tickets and support the history of African American Music.

Nashville Scene article: "Nashville Museum of African American Music Sets Opening Date", by Stephen Trageser.