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The Pennsylvania Museum of Music and Broadcast History seeks to become a single source for Pennsylvania and the International community to recognize, experience and learn from the diverse music and broadcasting talents, born, raised or became a part of Pennsylvania Heritage. Our intention is not to usurp any existing museum or entity similar to our mission or goals. At very least we will be a marketing arm of your organization, providing information on where to go, where to find and who to see in Pennsylvania.
We are currently creating (behind our web page) Bios, Discographies, Videos, Narrations and links to existing internet and brick and mortar locations, to support our mission. Recent organizations have begun to appear in Georgia, Louisiana, Florida and St Louis. Existing organizations primarily focus on one music genre, Rock Hall of Fame, Memphis Blues, Rockabilly Hall of Fame or a specific record label, Sun, Philly International, Stax or Motown.
We plan to illustrate the entire musical and broadcast diversity in Pennsylvania, utilizing existing museums, places of interest, venues and opportunities for the public, to be a part of the next generation of Pennsylvania's exceptional talents.
Persons or locations not recognized are of particular importance, for much of this information will be lost forever if not archived and located now.
Pennsylvania Museum of Music and Broadcast History is seeking all Broadcast and Music Professionals from Pennsylvania or have connection to the Commonwealth to contribute, time, information, personal histories and known locations in Pennsylvania in order too distribute more promotional and tourist information about our rich Pennsylvania Heritage.
Some of the names below maybe familiar to you, Poison, Live, Dan Hartman, Gamble and Huff, Intruders, Marion Anderson, Myron Cope, Teddy Pendergrass, Blue Magic, Harry Kalas, Alen Freed, Kenny Chandler, Steven Foster, Hooters, Richie Ashburn, Badlees, Dick Clark, Porky Chedwick, Dick Biondi, Fred Rogers, P.P.Bliss, others not so much. None the less all have a connection to Pennsylvania and all deserved to be recognized.
Phase One of our plan is to develop a critical mass audience who have a desire to locate and promote and contribute names to our list on Facebook: pmmbh home
The Pennsylvania Museum of Music and Broadcast History is working to several primary projects:
* Expanding our network of interested persons, bands, artists and broadcasters from Pennsylvania
* Gaining archival information or links to the above individuals, museums, organizations and many others to post on our virtual museum.
*Original Bios, Discographies, Videos, Narrations used by permission and links to existing Internet and brick and mortar locations