SESAC Awards Move To New Home

The 2011 SESAC Nashville Music Awards will celebrate the year’s most successful songwriters and publishers at a new venue, The Pinnacle at Symphony Place. The move to The Pinnacle marks a location change for the awards event which was hosted at SESAC’s Nashville headquarters for almost two decades. The black-tie, invitation-only event will be held on Nov. 7, and will honor the top songwriters and publishers in Country and Americana music.

•  Joined by newly signed affiliate Mary Francis, SESAC executives Tim Fink and Amy Beth Hale celebrated the release of So Much In Between by Darin & Brooke Aldridge (Mountain Home) during the International Bluegrass Music Association Conference. The project was produced by acclaimed SESAC songwriter/musician Jerry Salley and features songs by some of Nashville’s most exciting writers including SESAC affiliates, Salley, Francis, singer/songwriter Karyn Williams, and Bernie Nelson. Darin & Brooke Aldridge were nominated for Emerging Artist of the Year at the IBMA Awards.

Pictured (L-R): Jerry Salley, SESAC’s Amy Beth Hale, Karyn Williams, Bernie Nelson, Darin Aldridge, Brooke Aldridge, SESAC’s Tim Fink and Mary Francis. Photo: Ed Rode



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