Less than 6 months after opening of his new Presidential Library, a tribute to the role of music and music education in President Clinton's life goes on exhibition.
If you want to read more about the role of music in his life visit my column "Changing the World One Life at a Time."
LITTLE ROCK – While saxophones became an informal trademark for America's first rock 'n' roll president, memorabilia going on display this weekend at Bill Clinton's library range from an Eritrean lute to a Czech recorder to a larger-than-life painting of bluesman B.B. King.
Bono donated the hand-written lyrics to "Hands That Built America," which he sang at the dedication of the Clinton Presidential Library in November. Also featured in a temporary exhibit opening Saturday are video highlights of a teenaged Clinton in the Arkansas All-State Band and samples from his eclectic compact disc collection.