Dill Pens Murder on Music Row
Artist manager Stuart Dill is releasing his debut novel, Murder on Music Row. He’s making the promotional rounds, including a recent visit to WSMV’s More at Midday. The book is available now via e-commerce sites and will be in stores Oct. 1.
Moraine Music Makes Big Donation
Producer Brent Maher hosted the Cowboy Golf Tournament over Labor Day weekend in Nashville, where players hit the homemade seven-hole course with just a 7-iron and pitching wedge. At the event, Maher’s Moraine Music donated $5000 to the Special Operations Warrior Foundation. The proceeds were from the Maher-produced Keni Thomas album Flags of our Fathers: A Soldier’s Story. Thomas also has a new book, Get It On!, set for release Oct. 1 to benefit the SOWF.
Jack Greene Donates First CMA Trophies
Jack Greene, who was CMA’s first CMA Male Vocalist of the Year in 1967, presents CMA with his original trophies for Male Vocalist, Single of the Year for “There Goes My Everything,” and Album of the Year for There Goes My Everything, released on Decca Records.