Assistant Professor of Music Business Cheryl L. Slay has had her paper “Where’s the Jazz in Music City?” accepted for presentation at the Jazz Education Network annual conference in Atlanta, Ga. in January. Slay’s paper examines live performance business models in the jazz context with both a broad look at jazz audiences and geographical distinctions, as well as a particular focus on Nashville.
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