Musicians Hall Of Fame To Expand, Add GRAMMY Gallery
March 26, 2015 at 11:54 AM (PT)
The MUSICIANS HALL OF FAME in NASHVILLE has partnered with music executive MIKE CURB to bring a GRAMMY MUSEUM GALLERY to the space. Currently housed within NASHVILLE's MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM, the gallery is projected to double the MUSICIANS HALL OF FAME exhibit space and offer attendees an interactive experience by which to explore the steps in the creation of recorded music.
NASHVILLE Mayor KARL DEAN, GRAMMY MUSEUM Exec. Dir. BOB SANTELLI, MUSICIANS HALL OF FAME CEO/Founder JOE CHAMBERS and MIKE CURB held a press conference at the MUSEUM this morning (3/26) to announce the plans. Funding for the project is to be divided between a $1,000,000 contribution from the METROPOLITAN GOVERNMENT and $1,000,000 in private contributions. The project is slated to be completed and open to the public in early AUGUST of this year.
For additional information, visit the MUSICIANS HALL OF FAME website.