The Evolution of Americana Music in Nashville
Aired On: Aug 7, 2014
Lawson Little discusses his passion for music, the intensity of his relationship with musical artists and his visual expression that matches the timbre of Nashville's Americana music scene.
Lawson Little came to Nashville, Tenessee in 1997 from New York City where he taught fine arts photography classes at the Cooper Union School of Art and was the management photographer for the Jacob Javitz Convention Center, shooting entertainment and conventions. From 1997 to 2012, Little exclusively photographed the music industry in the Nashville area. In the past decade,...
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