The Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum is partnering with SAE Institute Nashville to help foster music history education in the school’s music business program. The first group of SAE students toured the Nashville attraction on April 9, and the program will repeat each semester. In addition to the tours, SAE interns will be involved in the museum’s day-to-day operations.
“It’s important to understand the history of any industry, no matter what it is. But it’s particularly important in the music industry when there is so much focus on a musician’s inspiration and influence,” said Joe Chambers, founder of the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum.
“SAE is thrilled with every opportunity to enrich our students’ educational experiences. The Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum is a terrific organization with a wealth of artifacts and multimedia experiences which during our tour added tangible value to our already robust curriculum,” said Jonathan Parrish, SAE’s Marketing Coordinator.
The Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum honors musicians who have performed on many legendary recordings, and features instruments from Johnny Cash, Elvis Presley, Jimi Hendrix and more. The SAE Institute Nashville offers associate degree and diploma programs in Music Business and Audio Technology.
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