Nite, Norm N.

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Norm N. Nite is a legendary broadcaster, disc jockey, and impresario known by many as “Mr. Music” for his extensive knowledge of music history and popular culture. Nite worked for over half a dozen radio shows in New York and Cleveland during his sixdecade-long career, including a SiriusXM radio show broadcast live from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. He has also chronicled the history of rock and roll music in his Rock
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Music—it can lift our spirits and bring back great memories, and no place celebrates music like the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. And in just a few short months, in September 2020, we will celebrate the 25th anniversary of the opening of this amazing venue and cultural landmark.
While the Rock Hall draws hundreds of thousands of visitors each year and has become an instantly recognizable symbol, the behind-the-scenes story of how the Rock Hall came to Cleveland is not widely known. The House That Rock Built tells this story through a fascinating insider’s view of the people who were instrumental in making this dream a reality.
This is a dramatic tale of ups and downs, a who’s who in the music business, and a testament to the partnership of visionary leaders who saw the need for a place to honor the music loved by many—the heart of rock-‘n’-roll. I think you will agree that The House That Rock Built is a story worth telling.