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Kansas City is Missouri’s largest city, anchoring a metro area of over 2 million people on the western edge of the state. Historically, Kansas City has been a major player in the evolution of jazz, and while jazz is still an important part of this city’s vibrant music scene, other genres like rock, alternative, indie and rap have come to prominence in recent years. Local and touring acts can regularly be found playing in Kansas City’s numerous live venues, especially in the historic Westport neighborhood, which has become the city’s main entertainment hub. Notable bands and musicians with ties to Kansas City include jazz greats Charlie Parker and Count Basie, country singer Chely Wright, gospel singer Oleta Adams, rock legend Melissa Etheridge, rapper Tech N9ne, and alt-rock band Puddle of Mudd, to name only a few.
A number of quality recording studios make their home in the Kansas City area to accommodate the ongoing needs of the music community. Whether your interest is in live audio, music production, mixing or audio engineering, you’ll find plenty of learning opportunities in Kansas City.