Jackson, Blair
May 2008
Mix;May2008, Vol. 32 Issue 6, p23
The article provides an author's view on the city of Nashville regarding the establishment of country music in Tennessee. He asserted that the city's $2.6 billion music industry is still devoted to country music in its multiplicity of forms. The author noted that David Cobb is credited with coining the term "Music City U.S.A." on WSM Radio in 1950. He added that they are hosting "Mix" Nashville 2008, a two-day event featuring panel discussions with studio luminaries.


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