What you need to know
- A Nashville Apple Store is hosting virtual Today at Apple sessions in celebration of Black Music Month..
- Country artists Willie Jones and Valerie June will be involved.
A downtown Nashville, Tennessee Apple Store is celebrating Black Music Month with virtual Today at Apple sessions involving Country artists Willie Jones and Valerie June. Apple Music's Rissi Palmer will be hosting, Apple announced in a Newsroom post.
The sessions are a result of the Apple Store teaming up with the National Museum of African American Music (NMAAM) with attendees learning music-making skills and more.
Sessions actually kicked off on June 8 and will continue through the month, including a new one tomorrow featuring singer-songwriter Valerie June.
Apple is also celebrating Black Music month in various different ways, including a number of initiatives via Apple Music including bespoke global playlists and much more.
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