The Country Music Association Keeps Students Playing

The CMA (Country Music Association) has made the largest donation to-date to Nashville;s public school systems to keep music programs alive.

The CMA has donated $1,066,632 earned during the CMA Music Festival to the Nashville Public School Systems to help keep music alive in the classrooms. It is their largest donation to date and something we are all very proud of. This donation is one of many in the CMA’s “Keep the Music Playing” campaign, which has now achieved over $3Million. For more on this story, visit the official site of the Country Music FoundationCountry Music Photo Gallery

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