(1st paragraphs as printed on Wikipedia)
Birthplace of Country Music Museum is a museum celebrating the historic 1927 Bristol Sessions, which recorded some of earliest country music in America when the Carter Family and Jimmie Rogers and several other musicians recorded for the first time before gaining prominence. The museum is located at 520 Birthplace of Country Music Way in Bristol, Virginia. A live radio station WBCM-LP broadcasts from a station within the museum.
The theater has Screen Goo projection surfaces on its wall and an Alcorn McBride DVM8500 is its digital video source.
The Immersion Theater focuses on making visitors part of the unbroken circle of country music and includes clips of many different artists performing “Will the Circle Be Unbroken” – from Jimmie Rodgers to Lynyrd Skynyrd. This theater has a custom Da-Lite perforated, curved screen, three blended BenQ projectors, and a Dataton WATCHOUT video source.
(last 2 paragraphs as printed on Electrosonic World Issue 18)