055- Music as Purpose: Singer-songwriter Thomas Claxton’s Path Was Set from the Start–LIVE from Summer NAMM

Professional vocalist and musician Thomas Claxton just might be the hardest working musician you haven’t heard of… yet. With more than 300 performances per year, all over the U.S., Claxton performs original material as both a solo artist and with his band, “The Myth.” He also can play more than 1,800 cover songs and was Rockwell UnScene Magazine’s “Best Male Vocalist” in 2014 and 2015. Special thanks to Cole Clark USA for the guitars made available for the podcast.


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Talking Up Music Education is a podcast from the NAMM Foundation about music education. Host Mary Luehrsen chats with teachers, parents, students and community leaders who share stories about what they are doing to create music learning opportunities. Believe in music and subscribe today.

Mary Luehrsen is executive director of the NAMM Foundation, a supporting organization of NAMM that supports music research, philanthropic and public service programs. Among its activities, the Foundation is supporting a research initiative called the “Sounds of Learning” that will build a portfolio of music education research projects that will inform policy deliberations around the re-authorization the elementary and secondary education act (ESEA), the federal education legislation.