In July of 2015 Greg Allen Morgoglione of SongSharing visited Cartersville, Georgia to meet with a small group of musicians interested in the professional opportunity to make music more accessible. They adopted the name Etowah Share-a-Song and began Community Venue(tm) performances in September 2015.
In March 2016 Charlottesville area performer and teacher Mike D’Antoni expressed interest in the professional possibilities. He and Greg agreed to give it a go, two more musicians joined the team, the Family and Friends Summer Concert Series opened on July 11th, and the musicians of the Accessible Music Project of Central Virginia (AMPCVA) began to live the lyrics.
Sponsors quickly came on board to support the series, prompting Greg to establish A.M.P. 211, which will serve initially as a fiduciary to establish the Accessible Music Project of Central Virginia as a 501(c)3 business.
A.M.P. 211 will continue to serve as parent and/or advisory affiliate organization for AMPCVA and Etowah Share-a-Song. A.M.P. 211 will also serve as the spark that ignites Accessible Music Project affiliates nationwide by sharing our B.A.S.E. Program with interested music and business professionals.