A slow romantic style tune because Nikki knows that you can find someone very special that gives you hope for tomorrow by standing beside you. And what is most important than that by just loving you. Written, sung, arranged & co produced by Nikki Hornsby, CJP-NHRecords, Inc. release from “Just Wait” CD available for downloads iTunes etc.
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A Day at the Grammy Museum with Nikki Hornsby and CJP-NH Records Staff
Nikki Hornsby Founder & CEO of CJP-NHRecords and staff members had a private showing on Nov. 13, 2012, at the GRAMMY Museum in Los Angeles in honor of her grandfather Dan Hornsby whose musical legacy was displayed in the brand new exhibit 360 Sounds: The Columbia Records Story. This exhibit retelling 125 years of Columbia Records history will be displayed for a whole year.
The GRAMMY Museum itself is awesome!!! It is not a “Museum” per se, but more of an exciting interactive forum for music makers, music lovers, and families! (located right across from the Staple Center where the 55th Grammy Awards TV Show takes place in Feb. 2013!)
This was a long-awaited day for Nikky Hornsby who donated to the GRAMMY Museum some of her family memorabilia and her grandfather’s Dan Hornsby’s Columbia Records recordings. We were very honored to be her guests and to hear firsthand about the musical greats as we relived through her eyes and lips the great Columbia Records era.
Nikki Hornsby was delighted and very moved to finally see her grandpa’s Dan Hornsby’s music proudly displayed at the GRAMMY Museum’s special interactive exhibit: 360 Sounds: The Columbia Records Story as she graciously and humbly shared her grandfather’s Dan Hornsby’s musical legacy with CJP-NHRECORDS staff and friends.
Many grateful thanks to Bob Santelli, Executive Director at the GRAMMY Museum and the young talented curators at the GRAMMY Museum who made this guided visit even more special. Thank you, Nikki and the GRAMMY Museum for this musically rich experience and for sharing this very special day down memory lane of the glorious Columbia years with us!
Along with Dan Hornsby‘s Columbia Records, there were many other memorabilia donated by his grand-daughter Nikki Hornsby such as posters from the 30s from Nikki’s inherited collection. Some of the artifacts include records from family friend Jimmy Van Heusen & Frank Sinatra in 78s. Also donated were rare Bessie Smith and many Harry James Columbia Recordings along with outtakes from Bing Crosby and more.
With the grand opening of the exhibit 360 Sounds: The Columbia Records Story at the GRAMMY Museum this last November, Dan Hornsby and his lifetime work in the music recording business was honored at that time among other great artists of this era and mentioned in the masterpiece book of the same name “360 Sounds: The Columbia Records Story” written by Written by Pulitzer Prize and Grammy-nominated author and historian, Sean Wilentz.
Dan Hornsby, born Isaac Daniel Hornsby in Atlanta, Georgia on February 1rst,1900 – May 18th, 1951 was an American singer, musician, music writer, producer, and arranger. He enjoyed playing trumpet and singing with various dance bands in Atlanta in the 1920s. Hornsby formed his basic group Dan Hornsby Quartet: Perry Bechtel (banjo, guitar, and baritone), Taylor Flanagan (piano and high tenor), Sterlin Melvin (guitar and bass guitar) and Dan Hornsby (lead singer and arranger).
The Atlanta Baking Company asked Hornsby to do a show on WSM Radio in Atlanta. The group name changed to Bamby Baker Boys and Hornsby became the first commercial performer of the WSB radio station, which started airing in 1922. His pleasant disposition and sense of humor earned him the nickname “Cheerful Dan”.
Hornsby’s performance on the radio was noticed by Columbia Records – the oldest record company. His main role was a sort of talent scout, but he had many roles at Columbia Records during the 1920s and early 1930s, including production of his own recordings like “On Mobile Bay” and “I Want A Girl” or with Young Brothers Tennessee Band: “Are you from Dixie” and “Bill Bailey, won’t you please come home”, “Oh! Susanna“, “Little Brown Jug“, and other classic American songs. For example, Hornsby was the first recorded voice of the “Arkansas Traveler” and was the producer of the first recording of “You Are My Sunshine” and “Take me out to the Ballgame!
Nikki Hornsby who has no children to pass on these inherited treasures from her parents & Grandparents and her own thousands of original songs is very grateful that these works have found a home in the respected GRAMMY Museum! A good place to start to share her Grandfather’s work with the world!
- 360 Sounds: The Columbia Records Story (gsgcreativemusic.wordpress.com)
- A Day at the GRAMMY Museum with Nikki Hornsby and CJP-NH Records Staff (gsgcreativemusic.wordpress.com)
“The GRAMMY Museum in Los Angeles explores and celebrates the enduring legacies of all forms of music and the history of the premier recognition of excellence in recorded music. The Museum is located on the campus of L.A. LIVE in downtown Los Angeles.
The GRAMMY Museum features 30,000 square feet of interactive and multimedia exhibits located within L.A. LIVE, the downtown Los Angeles sports, entertainment, and residential district. Through thought-provoking and dynamic public and educational programs and exhibits, guests can experience music from a never-before-seen insider perspective that only The GRAMMY Museum can deliver.
Paying tribute to music’s rich cultural history, this one-of-a-kind, 21st-century Museum explores and celebrates the enduring legacies of all forms of music, the creative process, the art and technology of the recording process, and the history of the premier recognition of excellence in recorded music – the GRAMMY Awards.
On Wednesday, November 7, 2012, The GRAMMY Museum, in cooperation with Columbia Records, unveiled its newest special exhibit, 360 Sounds: The Columbia Records Story. Residing on the Museum’s third floor, the exhibit celebrates the 125-year-long history of one of the most important record labels of all time, Columbia Records. The exhibit launched on the same day as the highly anticipated GRAMMY Museum Archives, sponsored by Iron Mountain Incorporated (NYSE: IRM) which showcases several Columbia recording artists.
“At The GRAMMY Museum, it’s always been our hope to not just help preserve important parts of music history but to also allow artists’ legacies to live on for future generations to discover and enjoy,” said GRAMMY Museum Executive Director Bob Santelli. “The launch of both the Columbia Records exhibit and our museum archives on November 7 illustrates that mission perfectly, and we are honored to share them with the world.”
360 Sound: The Columbia Records Story provides an in-depth look at all aspects of Columbia Records’ history and offers a virtual history of the music industry from its infancy, tracing Columbia’s pivotal technological as well as business innovations, including its invention of the LP. The exhibit also reflects on the connection between Columbia’s artists and music and sweeping cultural and political changes, from the emergence of mass commercial culture to the rise of the civil rights movement and beyond.
Bringing together a collection of diverse artifacts, rare photographs, and footage, the exhibit features dozens of items from Columbia artists such as Louis Armstrong, Bob Dylan, Barbra Streisand, Miles Davis, Bruce Springsteen, Robert Johnson, Johnny Cash, Beyonce and many more. In addition, interviews, an introductory film, legendary GRAMMY Award show performances and an interactive jukebox that plays the greatest Columbia recordings of all time round out this exciting new exhibit. The exhibit is a reflection of a book released earlier this year of the same name, written by Pulitzer Prize-and GRAMMY-nominated author and historian, Sean Wilentz.
“Writing 360 Sound has been exhilarating as well as enlightening,” said Wilentz. “More than I had known, Columbia’s history covers virtually the entire history of recorded music, with innumerable fascinating stories of artists, producers, label executives, and many more. The GRAMMY Museum exhibit promises to bring Columbia’s history to life in a related but very different way, and I can hardly wait for it to open.”
Launching on the same day was the official GRAMMY Museum Archives, a wing of the museum sponsored by Iron Mountain and dedicated to the development, preservation and archiving of rare audio and video assets from the music industry. For the first time, museum members and visitors will be able to listen to and watch the more than 180 public programs that have taken place in the Clive Davis Theater. Interviews and performances by the Beach Boys, Ringo Starr, Kenny Chesney, Smokey Robinson, Buddy Guy, Terrance Blanchard, John Mellencamp, John Mayer, Jack White, Yoko Ono, Harry Connick Jr., Stevie Nicks, Dr. John and dozens more.
Additionally, information on every GRAMMY Award winner and all of the GRAMMY Hall of Fame inductees will be housed in the Archival Wing, also located on the Museum’s third floor.
The GRAMMY Museum Archives will allow the museum to showcase rare assets from the Asset Discovery & Development division, which is devoted to building artifact databases for a wide range of musical artists, archiving and developing their legacy for historic preservation. The division, launched in May of 2011, includes discovery services to distinguish and restore/repair damaged assets for cataloging; preservation and archival services to ensure original artifacts are secure, accessible and sharable; and business development capabilities to protect and monetize the artist’s legacy and brand.
“Our customers trust us with some of their most valuable assets, asking us to both protect and preserve them for today and for the future,” said Jeff Anthony, vice president for Iron Mountain’s Entertainment Services. “We’ve worked with some of the world’s largest media companies, providing technological expertise and services for transferring, migrating and preserving digital data on-line. Providing the GRAMMY Museum with this wing and the asset discovery and development services, allows us to support their core mission and help maintain the important musical and cultural legacy for future generations.”
- Courtesy” Press Release” repost
- Dan Hornsby Honored at the Grammy Museum (gsgcreativemusic.wordpress.com)
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