CMA Staffers Visit With Garth Brooks, Volunteer At Local School On MLK Day

Garth Brooks with CMA staffers. Photo: CMA

Garth Brooks made a surprise visit to the Country Music Association offices on Tuesday, Jan. 15 for an intimate Q&A with CMA staff. Brooks took questions from staffers and shared stories from his legendary career, including his favorite CMA Awards and CMA Fest moments throughout the years.

In other CMA news, staff participated in MLK Day of Service on Monday, (Jan. 21) partnering with Metro Nashville Public Schools to volunteer at Rosebank Elementary School in East Nashville. Using supplies provided by the CMA Foundation, staff members participated in a variety of projects at the STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) school to benefit both students and faculty. In addition to painting a mural at the local school, they inventoried and matted student artwork, and assisted in organizing classrooms for teachers.

The CMA staff participated in National Day of Service in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday, Jan. 21, 2019 at Rosebank Elementary School in East Nashville. Photo: CMA

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