Piano Men

Posted in News on January 22, 2001

BMI Nashville recently gifted the W.O. Smith Community Music School with five Yamaha keyboards. The mission of the School is to provide high quality music instruction to children from low-income families using an all-volunteer faculty for just 50 cents per lesson; instruments and music are loaned at no additional cost. For the past few years, these keyboards have been used by BMI writers during songwriting sessions; their portabilty makes them a valuable addition to the W.O. Smith instrument library.

Pictured at the delivery are BMI's Paul Corbin, Jonah Rabinowitz, executive director of the W.O. Smith Community Music School, and BMI's Thomas Cain.

photo by Alan Mayor