Industry Ink (1/31/14)

Ed Salamon

Ed Salamon

Former WHN assistant program director (and now operations manager of Cumulus Nashville and program director of WSM-FM and WKDF) Charlie Cook, WHN music director (now with Cumulus Media Networks) Pam Green and Ed Salamon will present a panel about WHN radio with Alabama’s Jeff Cook on Monday, Feb. 17 at 6 pm at Two Old Hippies in The Gulch 401 12th Ave. S, Nashville, TN 37203 (across from The Station Inn).

The discussion will be followed by a signing for Salamon’s book WHN: When New York City Went Country.

For more information, visit twooldhippies.com.

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i don't see heaven111Songwriter and author Jennifer Adan has released her debut children’s book, I Don’t See Heaven. After winning a songwriting competition sponsored by Jeffrey Steele, Adan relocated to Nashville and joined NSAI and WCA. She penned Blake Shelton‘s chart-topping single, “She Wouldn’t Be Gone.”

I Don’t See Heaven is available for order on amazon.com and can be found in select Barnes & Noble bookstores nationwide.

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 ascap 100 years11ASCAP will present a writer’s round at the Bluebird Cafe on Thursday, Feb. 6 at 6 p.m. The round will feature Jon Nite, Jimmy Robbins, Deric Ruttan and Leah Turner. Reservations are now available.

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