The ASCAP Foundation honored Nashville songwriters Dustin James, Jacob Davis and k.s. Rhoads at the 17th Annual ASCAP Foundation Awards, held on Wednesday (Dec. 12) at New York City’s famed Jazz At Lincoln Center.
The ASCAP Foundation Leon Brettler Award was given to Davis. The award is presented annually to an outstanding songwriter-artist participating in The ASCAP Foundation Country Songwriters Workshop in Nashville. Davis studied at Louisiana State University in preparation for an oil industry job, but later moved to Nashville to pursue songwriting. Davis is a staff writer at Wrensong/Reynsong Music.
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