J.A. Street & Associates supports renovation of ACMA’s new location in downtown Bristol. Posted February 27, 2014

The Mountain Music Museum was established in 1998 when Tim White and James Bryant CO-founded the organization. Harry Esenwine, who managed Bristol Mall, gave a home to the ACMA, and let us establish The Mountain Music Museum and The Pickin’ Porch Show there. Allen Hurley approached the ACMA early in 2012 and offered his assistance to the organization with a proposal for a new home at his building at 626 State Street. “We are excited to be part of this event and are pleased to announce that we plan to broadcast the live Pickin Porch concerts on our station on Monday evenings and rebroadcast the shows on Saturdays as well.” stated Dr. Kenneth Hill of WPWT Radio. Tri-Cities Top Gun Radio features bluegrass, classic country, old time and Americana forms of music in their broadcast format. The station also streams live at www.topgunradio.com Supporting the renovations for the move to State Street is Allen Hurley, J.A. Street Construction, Gla-Mar, Galleries, Bryant Label Company, White Sign Company, and Kiser Supply. If you are interested in making a tax deductible donation to the ACMA or are interested in advertising at the Pickin’ Porch shows at the Foundation Event Facility or on Tri-Cities Top Gun Radio please call 423-383-7829 for information. The ACMA welcomes any and all support you can lend our all-volunteer non-profit organization.