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TEACHERS:  Join us for a live discussion on the legacy of the Everly Brothers Monday, October 20 at 1pm EST.
TITLE:  CLASSROOM CONVERSATIONS:  UNDERSTANDING THE EVERLY BROTHERS’ MUSICAL LEGACY 
This program is appropriate for middle and high school students. 

ONLINE CONVERSATION BEGINS:  Monday, September 29 
LIVE DISCUSSION WITH ROCK HALL EDUCATORS:  Monday, October 20  1:00-1:45 pm EST 

Join the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum’s award-winning education team for a special Google+ online class on the musical legacy of the Everly Brothers – 1986 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees and this year’s annual Music Masters honorees.  Learn how Don and Phil Everly became the leading duo of rock and roll, transforming the country sounds of their childhood into rich harmonies and perfectly crafted songs that crossed over from country to pop and even R&B in the late 1950s and early 1960s.  

Each week will focus on a new topic – their role in the first wave of rock and roll, their musicianship and skill as singers, and their approach to songwriting.  The class will also connect the legacy of the Everly Brothers to bands and artists on the radio today.  Continue to check the Google+ page for resources to continue the conversation in your classroom – infographics, video demonstrations, lesson plans, and other materials that you can only find at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum.  

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TEACHERS: Rock your classroom with the Everly Brothers! There's still time to join the conversation. Click the link below.
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TEACHERS: Rock your classroom with the Everly Brothers! Click the link below to join the conversation.
https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/115412030406922618012/events/cdp3jdc3fv6ldlp7j458mb1670o

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TEACHERS:  Connect with the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum’s award-winning education team for a special Google+ online class on the musical legacy of the Everly Brothers – 1986 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees and this year’s annual Music Masters honorees. Click the link below to join the conversation!

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TEACHERS:  Rock your classroom with the Everly Brothers! Join the conversation here: https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/115412030406922618012/events/cdp3jdc3fv6ldlp7j458mb1670o

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TEACHERS:  Rock your classroom with the Everly Brothers! Click the link below for resources to use with your students. Join the conversation!

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TEACHERS:  Connect with the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum’s award-winning education team for a special Google+ online class on the musical legacy of the Everly Brothers – 1986 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees and this year’s annual Music Masters honorees. Click the link below to join the conversation!

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Join the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum’s award-winning education team for a special Google+ online class on the musical legacy of the Everly Brothers – 1986 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees and this year’s annual Music Masters honorees.  Learn how Don and Phil Everly became the leading duo of rock and roll, transforming the country sounds of their childhood into rich harmonies and perfectly crafted songs that crossed over from country to pop and even R&B in the late 1950s and early 1960s.

The 4-week online conversation begins on Monday, September 29 – culminating with a special live discussion with Rock Hall educators on Monday, October 20 at 1pm (EST).   

Each week will focus on a new topic – their role in the first wave of rock and roll, their musicianship and skill as singers, and their approach to songwriting.  The class will also connect the legacy of the Everly Brothers to bands and artists on the radio today.  Continue to check the Google+ page for resources to continue the conversation in your classroom – infographics, video demonstrations, lesson plans, and other materials that you can only find at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum.  Make comments, ask questions and rock your classroom!

This program is appropriate for middle and high school students. There is no cost to connect.

If you have specific questions about the content of this class, please contact the education staff at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum at education@rockhall.org.

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TITLE:  CLASSROOM CONVERSATIONS:  UNDERSTANDING THE EVERLY BROTHERS’ MUSICAL LEGACY 
This program is appropriate for middle and high school students. 

ONLINE CONVERSATION BEGINS:  Monday, September 29 
LIVE DISCUSSION WITH ROCK HALL EDUCATORS:  Monday, October 20  1:00-1:45 pm EST 

Join the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum’s award-winning education team for a special Google+ online class on the musical legacy of the Everly Brothers – 1986 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees and this year’s annual Music Masters honorees.  Learn how Don and Phil Everly became the leading duo of rock and roll, transforming the country sounds of their childhood into rich harmonies and perfectly crafted songs that crossed over from country to pop and even R&B in the late 1950s and early 1960s.  

Each week will focus on a new topic – their role in the first wave of rock and roll, their musicianship and skill as singers, and their approach to songwriting.  The class will also connect the legacy of the Everly Brothers to bands and artists on the radio today.  Continue to check the Google+ page for resources to continue the conversation in your classroom – infographics, video demonstrations, lesson plans, and other materials that you can only find at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum.  

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REMINDER FOR TEACHERS:  Live stream class for students at 1pmEST TODAY!  See below for more info - hope you can tune in!
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