Music has a powerful influence on the way students learn and feel. Here are ways it can be incorporated into the classroom.
Hosts Denene Millner, Monica Pearson, and Christine White share their experiences and perspectives. Watch an all-new episode today at 8:30 am and 6:30 pm and stream past episodes now on GPB.org.
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A new Smithsonian exhibit called “Crossroads: Change in Rural America” aims to generate conversations about rural history, identity and visions for the future. Read more in this week's News Round-Up.
Six string spirit, small town soul. That’s how Lyn Avenue describes themselves.
Black Label Country? What’s that? Turns out, it’s a pretty good description for the Holman Autry Band. These guys are country with a kick.
Next week, GPB presents the premiere of the long-awaited new series from filmmaker Ken Burns.
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“Who’s the young girl? That’s Chyann Rose, she’s a country singer from Statesboro. How old is she? 17 or 18 maybe? Cool guitar, but how does she sound? Hey, she’s really good! Let’s give her a call.”
Right on time Scott pulled up in his bright, red, Country Cadillac (that’s a pickup truck for you city folks). This guy was all country. We were definitely in the right place.
U.S. Sen. Johnny Isakson recently spoke to GPB Political Rewind Host Bill Nigut about his decision to resign from the U.S. Senate. Read more in this week's News Round-Up.
They were a very traditional sounding country band with a bit of western swing thrown in. What a great mix, especially when you add Kris Youmans’ voice.
Next week, some of country music's best and brightest gather at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium for a joyous celebration of the genre.
Get a primer on country history from some of its most celebrated musicians as Ken Burns hosts “Country Music: Live at the Ryman.”
Darius Bradshaw has portrayed lynching victim Roger Malcom for five years. He knows the story inside and out, except for one thing. Read more in this week's News Round-Up.