The Accessible Music Project of Northwest Georgia (AMP-NWGA) is a SongSharing professional initiative to bring the developmental and therapeutic benefits of contemporary musical engagement to a greater number of America’s substantial and growing access-limited demographic.
The access-limited demographic includes anyone whose access to these benefits of popular music is somehow limited – folks like America’s veterans, seniors, those in nursing care and assisted living situations, our developmentally disabled neighbors and loved ones, and America’s public schoolchildren.
We believe that Making Music More Accessible ™ is a professional entrepreneurial opportunity. We know that musicians and our music are as valuable and critical to a life well lived as doctors and their drugs, and we believe that America’s music professionals are best qualified to supply the demand for the developmental and therapeutic benefits of contemporary musical engagement.
The Accessible Music Project of Northwest Georgia was founded in July of 2015 as Etowah Share-A-Song. The original members are organizer and musician Patty A. Bell, and musicians David Jackson, Randall Collins, and Saunders Jones, Jr. Saunders has stepped aside for the time being to pursue musical interests in and beyond the United States, but his contributions to the startup, and support for the success of AMP NWGA were incredibly valuable.
AMP-NWGA is gearing up for the Spring Into Summer Concert Series that will run May Through July at Tranquility of Cartersville, Maple Ridge Health Care, and Cartersville Heights. We are currently forming our team of sponsors and would love to have your community minded business on board!
Please contact Greg for more information.