GEORGE JONES UNIVERSITY STRUMS A NEW CHORD DURING SPRING SEMINAR IN THEIR PARTNERSHIP WITH COPLEY MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
Copley Musical Instruments and George Jones University are using different “instruments” to reach a similar goal. George Jones University plans to teach the “ABC’s” of the music industry, including insights into artist management, booking, record label functionalities, song publishing, publicity, touring, major industry organization roles, networking, breaking into the business, and the history of the entertainment industry as a whole. George Jones University takes place in Franklin, Tennessee, March 27th – 30th .
Copley Musical Instruments, formed in 2000, has an equally impressive roster with partners/ founders Babs Simmons, Scott Jurgensmeyer, and John Copley. Their collective beliefs that instruments should not cost a fortune and should be made widely available to families and music enthusiasts at a reasonable price, are the reason that they have gained a strong following of artists.
Copley Musical Instruments, a Tennessee based company with a warehouse in Tipton, Missouri, is determined to operate under the very ideals on which it was founded—offering affordable, quality instruments to consumers nationwide. Copley Musical Instruments features an extensive selection of musical instruments including acoustic and electric guitars and basses, mandolins, drums, and ukuleles.
“We are pleased to ‘team up’ with George Jones University and become the official guitar of GJU,” says Copley’s Babs Simmons. “We have created a Special Edition GJU guitar to be used during the George Jones University seminars.”
For additional information on Copley Musical Instruments, visit www.simbaproducts.com or www.copleyinstruments.com
For more information on George Jones University, visit www.georgejonesuniversity.net