GREAT MUSEUMS’ Executive Producer Chesney Blankenstein Doyle has been awarded a 2015 Governor’s Arts Award for excellence in media arts from the Mississippi Arts Commission. She joins the ranks of B.B. King and Morgan Freeman in this honor. To find out more, click through to the full story in the Natchez Democrat.
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New Orleans, and America, lost one of its greatest musical treasures with the passing of Lionel Ferbos on Saturday, July 19, 2014. Mr. Ferbos played trumpet, New Orleans-style. When I met him at the suggestion of my friend, Irvin Mayfield, Ferbos was in his 98th year and still playing at the Palm Court in the
Great Museums Television’s “Elevated Thinking: The High Line in New York City,” narrated by Susan Sarandon, airs nationwide on public television stations this month. Check HERE for more information about the film.
© Great Museums Television: Ann Wilson, lead singer of Heart Recently, the GMTV crew traveled to the Pacific Northwest to interview Ann Wilson, who is the lead singer of Heart, for our documentary film about the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and Museum. Heart was inducted into the Rock Hall in 2013. Amidst the
©GMTV Great Museums’ Executive Producer Marc Doyle interviews rock legend Graham Nash at the Rock Hall Earlier this September, the Great Museums Television film crew headed back to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and Museum for a day shoot with its President & CEO Greg Harris and an exclusive interview with musician Graham
Link to media release here. -GMTV