Industry Pics: ASCAP, Girl Scout Luncheon, The Swon Brothers Visit ACM

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• October 15, 2014

Last week, The ASCAP Foundation Country Songwriters Workshop, part of an ongoing series designed to focus on the development and education of promising new Country music songwriters, took place at the ASCAP offices in Nashville. Conducted by longtime ASCAP member and veteran songwriter Darrell Brown (“You’ll Think Of Me,” “Raining On Sunday” – Keith Urban, “Why Don’t We Just Dance” – Josh Turner), the sessions provided advice on the art and craft of successful songwriting techniques, as well as information on important business-related topics including A&R and music publishing.

Pictured (L-R): (front row) Maggie DeLone, Rachel Savage, Noreen Prunier, Carmen Brandy, Patricia Ju, (back row) Thomas Finchum, Sam Bergeson, Vince Constantino, Brandon Ratcliff, Darrell Brown, Bobby Cool, Koty Onoabhagbe, Ryan Triggs, Kamryn Cunningham and Nick Columbia. Photo: ASCAP's Robert Filhart.

Pictured (L-R): (front row) Maggie DeLone, Rachel Savage, Noreen Prunier, Carmen Brandy, Patricia Ju, (back row) Thomas Finchum, Sam Bergeson, Vince Constantino, Brandon Ratcliff, Darrell Brown, Bobby Cool, Koty Onoabhagbe, Ryan Triggs, Kamryn Cunningham and Nick Columbia. Photo: ASCAP’s Robert Filhart.

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The 2014 Girl Scout Luncheon was held at the Music City Center on September 15 and featured Grammy and CMA Award Winning Country Vocalist Lee Ann Womack. The luncheon raised funds to support more than 13,000 Girl Scouts throughout the 39 counties of Middle Tennessee.

Pictured (L-R) Lisa Harless, Senior Vice President Regions Bank, Agenia Clark, President and CEO Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee, Lee Ann Womack, Leslie Fram, CMT Vice President,Music Strategy, Lucia Folk, CMT Vice President, Public Affairs. Photo: Mandy Whitley Photography

Pictured (L-R) Lisa Harless, Senior Vice President Regions Bank, Agenia Clark, President and CEO Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee, Lee Ann Womack, Leslie Fram, CMT Vice President,Music Strategy, Lucia Folk, CMT Vice President, Public Affairs. Photo: Mandy Whitley Photography

Pictured (L-R) Thea Tippin, Agenia Clark, President and CEO Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee, Tom Tippin, Aaron Tippin, Ted Tippin, Dr. Elizabeth LaRoche. Photo: Stufflebean Photography

Pictured (L-R) Thea Tippin, Agenia Clark, President and CEO Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee, Tom Tippin, Aaron Tippin, Ted Tippin, Dr. Elizabeth LaRoche. Photo: Stufflebean Photography

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The Academy of Country Music welcomed Arista Nashville recording artists The Swon Brothers to the office while they were in Los Angeles recently. While at the Academy, they performed their first Top 15 hit “Later On” as well as “Pray For You,” the new single from their self-titled major-label debut album released earlier this week.

Pictured (L-R); Greg Hill, Hill Entertainment Group, Zach Swon, Tiffany Moon, ACM EVP/Managing Director, Colton Swon. Photo: Michel Bourquard/Courtesy of the Academy of Country Music

Pictured (L-R); Greg Hill, Hill Entertainment Group, Zach Swon, Tiffany Moon, ACM EVP/Managing Director, Colton Swon. Photo: Michel Bourquard/Courtesy of the Academy of Country Music

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