AFRO-AMERICAN MUSIC INSTITUTE CELEBRATES 36 YEARS
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Pennsylvania will soon embark on a massive project to examine and promote the historical and cultural impact created by Pennsylvanian musicians and the influences from radio and TV in the Commonwealth. Music will include comprehensive looks of all forms and genres including sacred, secular and commercial. Spoken word and video/film talents will also be included and acknowledged before and after the first PA radio broadcast near Pittsburgh at KDKA.
Our first “building” is the World Wide Web. www.PMMBH.org Pennsylvanians have and will continue to make World Wide contributions to music and broadcasting innovation. It is my intent, through the guidance of the board, to be inclusive of existing music and broadcast museums throughout the Commonwealth. Education will be the focus with the eventual inclusion of interactive exhibits, working television and radio studios, sound stage and a showcase of what Pennsylvanians’ have contributed to the world.
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We hope you will join our supporters in building an institution that will preserve, present, and examine the records of musicians, composers, and educators created for or expressed through radio and television – records that tell the stories of The Keystone State: America’s cornerstone to history, culture, and people.