Jody Espina – NAMM Oral History Program
Jody Espina was recently interviewed for the NAMM Oral History program. Jody joins a vast list of music products industry founders and luminaries explaining how they got their start in the business and recounting their experiences in the industry.
An edited version of the interview appears on the NAMM website, but here you can watch the whole interview in its entirety.
The NAMM Oral History video project provides an invaluable documentation of the history of the music products industry. Now spanning several decades, the program has amassed a rich and deep repository of literally hundreds of videotaped interviews conducted with influential and important personalities in the music products industry. It provides a fascinating insight into the people and experiences that have shaped the industry. Each interview is recorded and preserved as a historical document of the industry’s key names and milestones.
The information from the Oral History interviews aids in everything from academic research to presentations on the Internet and in the NAMM Museum of Making Music. Everything is geared toward promoting the great accomplishments of the industry and demonstrating its key role in the creation of music throughout the years.
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