Standing at the Crossroads 

After an amicable split, the Music Commission and the Music Foundation aim to get the Memphis music scene back in tune.

A longtime Memphis music insider calls the history of the Memphis and Shelby County Music Commission "labyrinthine." The organization has existed under different names. It has changed agendas. The doors to the presidency and board of directors seem to revolve at a…

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