Mike Curb College of Entertainment and Music Business alumni Meagan Taylor (’03) and Josh Coleman (’06) will perform Sat., Nov. 10, at 3 p.m. in the Ford Theater at Nashville’s Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. The concert represents the closing program in the Hall of Fame’s celebration of the 50th anniversary of Historic RCA Studio B, a legendary studio on Music Row that is currently co-managed by Belmont and the Hall of Fame.
Coleman, pianist and grandson of Hall of Fame member Floyd Cramer, and Taylor, guitarist and great-niece of Hall of Famer Chet Atkins, will perform songs from their most recent album, Revival, which was recorded at RCA Studio B. The duo will also discuss their heritage and comment on the experience of recording in a renowned studio. Following the performance, they will sign autographs in the Museum Store. For more information, visit the Country Music Hall of Fame web site.