Cheryl Slay Carr, associate dean of the Curb College of Entertainment and Music Business, presented “The Women of Music Row and The Nashville Music Industry” at Balancing the Mix, an International Conference on Popular Music and Social Justice, at The University of Memphis. Carr, who was featured as a spotlight panelist for the conference, received a research grant to study the topic and presented goals and implications for the study.
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