The Ryan Huie Fund has been set up in memory of Ryan Huie, son of Dawn and CAA’s John Huie, and brother of Jason Huie. Ryan Huie grew up in Franklin, Tenn., attended Walnut Grove Elementary, Brentwood Academy and graduated from Pepperdine University.
He worked at Outback Concerts, then joined the Agency Coalition. Most recently, he was involved in starting a new music management company.
In lieu of flowers, the Ryan Huie Fund will benefit MusiCares. Make a donation here.
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Destiny Nashville is accepting applications for a General Manager position. Seeking a music industry professional with a minimum 3-5 years experience, and the vision to help the company meet/exceed goals and get to the next level. Interviews begin April 21.
For more information on the position, visit destinynashville.com.
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The Country Music Hall of Fame ® and Museum presented Pete Anderson: California Country’s Second Generation on Saturday, March 22. Anderson discussed his career, including his collaborations with Dwight Yoakam that helped re-establish the Bakersfield Sound as a force on country radio. He also performed songs from the Bakersfield repertoire and from his latest release, Bird Above Guitarland.
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