Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) March 22, 2004
On March 15 2004 songwriter/musician Danny Sheridan signed documents to donate one of his Fender Precision bass cases, and a rhinestone stage shirt to the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame And MuseumÂs permanent collection.
SheridanÂs Eli Radish Band, which featured David Allan Coe on vocals, is credited with pioneering the Âoutlaw countryÂ genre. His songs have been recorded by Coe; David Crosby; ex-wife Bonnie Bramlett and actress Amy Madigan, among many others. He has also written and produced material for radio, network TV and films.
Crossing over into management, Sheridan launched the MTV career of original VJ Nina Blackwood. Today he is the executive producer of her two nationally syndicated radio shows, Absolutely80s, and New Wave Nation, and her Sirius Satellite broadcast. He continues to write and produce music from his Encino, California studio, and has branched out into acting, recently filming scenes for the yet to be released Pauly Shore movie ÂYouÂll Never Weeze In This Town Again.Â
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum exists to educate its visitors, fans and scholars from around the world about the history and significance of rock and roll music. The Museum carries out this mission through its efforts to collect, preserve, exhibit and interpret this art form.
The Museum is open seven days a week from 10:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. On Wednesdays the Museum is open until 9:00 p.m. Special summer hours are currently is effect with the Museum open until 9:00 p.m. on Saturdays. Museum admission is $18.00 for adults, $14.00 for seniors (60+), $11 for children (9-12) and children under 8 and Museum members are free.