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Learn About Making Music Hands-On at the Gretsch Family Gallery

An innovative exhibit--the Dinah & Fred Gretsch Family Gallery in Nashville's Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum--teaches young visitors how to record and write songs, be a performer, and more. The Gallery provides a close-up, top-to-bottom look at the process of creating music that’s geared to youthful learners, using artifacts from the Museum’s collection and such learning tools as a giant guitar, touchscreens, and a do-it-yourself studio.

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Great Gretsch Educator: Mark Johnston

Many Gretsch drum artists are also excellent teachers. But Mike Johnston puts things the other way around. While a fine performer in his own right, Mike is currently focusing on his career as an educator. And he’s primarily doing it the way you might expect in this digital age: online, via his educational website.

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Nashville Expo Center, located on the Tennessee State Fairgrounds - See more at: http://www.nashvilledrumshow.com/location/#sthash.8qj8BXw9.dpuf
Nashville Expo Center, located on the Tennessee State Fairgrounds - See more at: http://www.nashvilledrumshow.com/location/#sthash.8qj8BXw9.dpuf

A TRIBUTE TO CHET ATKINS

In 2014 we celebrated of the 60th anniversary of the relationship between Chet Atkins and the Gretsch Company. Watch a special video and read "Celebrating 60 Years" by Fred Gretsch.

GERMAN GUITAR HEROES:

Read Fred Gretsch's examination of an important part of history not properly being represented.

More Gretsch events HERE.

RECAP OF RECENT EVENTS:

Visit our RECAP page for details of other Gretsch events from 2015, 2014, and earlier.

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