This museum is a great idea. This could be a way for the people to say thank you to all the fine artists who over the years have not only given their time, but their money as well to many types of charitable causes all over the world such as Farm Aid, Live Aid, Amnesty International, world hunger, AIDS research (as well as many other types of diseases) and RAD (Rock Against Drugs) to name just a few. These types of contributions alone add up to a hell of a lot more than $850,000.
I know for a fact that music--whether it is classical, rock, country, or whatever--is being enjoyed by millions of people worldwide with a positive force that makes people happy, and helps us to feel good.
I am sure that the people will get their money's worth from this museum. And I know that I will be playing my music with a smile all the way there as soon as it opens.