Tag Archives: Match Records

High schoolers learn multiplatform journalism at summer J-Camp

High school students interested in a journalism career were in luck, thanks to a summer opportunity provided by the Center for Innovation in Media.

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Showcase shines spotlight on Match Records artists

Fans were out to support Match Records’ Artist Showcase on the first day of May at Soulshine Pizza Factory in Nashville.

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End of Semester Show is largest in Tucker Theatre history

It’s about the crew. That sums up the End of Semester Show, an opportunity for students learning how to run live shows a chance to practice their craft.

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Merida brings considerable music biz know-how

Stacy Merida is a Recording Industry assistant professor of music business and the faculty adviser to Match Records, the student-run record label. She joined Recording Industry in 2012 as a full-time lecturer.

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Ryland Exum performing. Photo by Greg French.

Exum, student performer, challenges hip-hop negativity

With a focus on personal growth and optimism, Rylund Exum is a local rapper who steers clear of mainstream rap music’s modern stereotypes.

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Local Nashville trio Maybe April, which includes MTSU students Katy Bishop and Kristen Castro,  performs at Match Records Presents: Welcome Week 2014.

Match Records musically welcomes students to fall

The campus rocked on Aug. 29 when the College of Mass Communication’s student record label produced a concert, Match Records Presents: Welcome Week 2014, on the Student Union Commons.

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Country duo Native Run

RI students get a glimpse of their futures at Career Fair

Mass Comm’s lobby was packed on March 20 with booths from multiple music companies – Sony Music, Clear Channel, CMT and SESAC, just to name a few – for Recording Industry’s annual Career Fair.

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Recording Industry Series showcases Barry Gibb

It was the first time music icon Barry Gibb had ever sat down for a public conversation and solo performance, and he did it at MTSU, thanks to the Department of Recording Industry Chair’s Speakers Series on Oct. 28. 

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