CHANGING THE CONVERSATION AT SOURCE'S JULY 2015 LUNCHEON
Leslie Fram of CMT, Tracy Gershon of Rounder Records and Beverly Keel from The Tennessean (l-r) joined SOURCE for the July Luncheon to present on their new organization, Change the Conversation, created to promote the work of women artists on Country Radio. The next event, open to the public, will take place at 3rd & Lindsley on August 19th at 6pm.
2015 SOURCE AWARDS TO BE HELD SEPTEMBER 29, 2015
SOURCE, along with Nashville's music community, will celebrate the careers of seven special women at the 2015 SOURCE Awards, presented by Springer Mountain Farms, to be held at the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum at the Historic Municipal Auditorium September 29, 2015.
SOURCE MEMBER TATUM ALLSEP, NAMED 2015 HEALTH CARE HERO
The Nashville Business Journal has named Tatum Allsep, Founder and Executive Director of Music Health Alliance, as one of their 2015 Health Care Heroes. She is the first-ever recipient of the Healthcare Hero Advocate Award. Allsep was selected for her contributions to Music City's health community by a panel of health care industry judges. Allsep, along with this year’s other honorees, will be recognized at an awards luncheon on May 20 at Omni Nashville Hotel, and also in a special publication in the print edition of the Nashville Business Journal.
2015 SOURCE HONOREES ANNOUNCED
SOURCE, along with Nashville’s music community, will celebrate the careers of seven special women at the 2015 SOURCE Awardsto be held at the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum at the Historic Municipal Auditorium September 29, 2015.
The 2015 SOURCE Awards Honorees are Phyllis Deen Hill (Sun Records), Gayle Holcomb (WME), Cindy Mabe (UMG), Mary Del Scobey (Almo/Irving Music), Nancy Shapiro (Recording Academy), Sally Williams (Ryman Auditorium), and a posthumous award to Terrell Tye (Forerunner Music).
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