Dr. Deen Entsminger, professor in the School of Music, will be serving as a judge the Music City Central jingle contest along with The Tennessean’s Beverly Keel, jazz musician Kirk Whalum, radio DJs Woody and Jim, and several others.The Nashville Metropolitan Transit Authority’s brand-new Music City Central Transit Center will open its doors downtown in late October, and MTA wants to introduce it Nashville style, by putting it to music. Contest participants can enter an original, 60-second jingle in any genre about all of the reasons to choose public transportation. The winner will win a $1,500 cash prize courtesy of Balfour Beatty Construction as well as have the option of performing the jingle at the Grand Opening of Music City Central.
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