Industry Ink: Christmas 4 Kids, Webster PR, Million Midnights Music, Student Emmy Awards

Christmas 4 Kids Golf Tournament Set For Friday

Darryl Worley

Darryl Worley will host the Waddell & Reed 2016 charity golf tournament benefiting Christmas 4 Kids on Friday morning (May 6) at the Hermitage Golf Course in Nashville. Fellow country singers Jeff Bates, Rudy Gatlin and James Robert Webb will also participate. The event will raise money for the non-profit organization that brings the joy of Christmas to thousands of underprivileged Middle Tennessee children. This year’s tournament is sponsored by Grace Pediatrics.

 

Webster PR Expands Roster With Mark Chesnutt, Charley Pride

Mark Chesnutt

Mark Chesnutt

Charley Pride

Charley Pride

Mark Chesnutt has joined Kirt Webster‘s Webster Public Relations for representation. Since launching his career in 1990, Chesnutt has become known for hits including “Too Cold At Home,” “Gonna Get A Life” and “Brother Jukebox.” The public relations firm has also added Charley Pride for representation. This year marks the country legend’s 50th anniversary as a recording artist.

 

Million Midnights Music Signs Jason Deere

Pictured (L-R): Jason Deere, Marie Osmond, SisQó (Dru Hill) and engineer Josh Connelly at Audio Mix House in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Pictured (L-R): Jason Deere, Marie Osmond, SisQó (Dru Hill) and engineer Josh Connelly at Audio Mix House in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Nashville publisher Million Midnights Music has signed producer/songwriter Jason Deere to an exclusive songwriting agreement. The signing was announced the same week that Music Is Medicine, Marie Osmond’s new release produced by Deere, debuted in the Billboard Top 10 country albums chart. Deere has written songs recorded by Little Big Town, Lady Antebellum, LeAnn Rimes, Marie Osmond, David Archuleta, Jessica Simpson, SisQó, Jim Brickman, Diamond Rio, SHeDAISY, Alex Boyé, Be Be Winans, Natalie Grant, Point of Grace and more. “I am excited about working with the team at Million Midnights Music,” said Deere. “I know great things are on the way!”

NATAS, Regions Bank Honor Students at Student Emmy Awards In Nashville

Pictured: Region Bank's Lisa Harless with students of the Creative and Performing Arts, Germantown High School, Germantown, TN.

Pictured: NATAS/Region Bank’s Lisa Harless with students of the Creative and Performing Arts, Germantown High School, Germantown, Tennessee.

The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences hosted the Student Emmy Awards at the John Seigenthaler Center at Vanderbilt University on Friday (April 27). High school students from Middle and West Tennessee gathered to receive the recognition for their broadcast awards.

Regions Bank, a longtime supporter of the Student Emmy Awards, gave away a Regions green bike to one of the fortunate attendees. Bryan Scott, a student at Germantown High School in Germantown, Tennessee, was the bike winner. Lisa Harless, Vice President of NATAS and Senior Vice President of Regions, was on-hand for the awards ceremony and the bike presentation.

Pictured (L-R):  Student Emmy Awards Host/Channel 5’s Lelan Statom,  NATAS VP/Regions Bank’s Lisa Harless, Winning student Bryan Scott of Germantown High School in Memphis, TN, and Clifton Hunt, NATAS Nashville President and News Channel 5 editor. Photo:  Tommy Lawson

Pictured (L-R): Student Emmy Awards Host/Channel 5’s Lelan Statom, NATAS VP/Regions Bank’s Lisa Harless, Winning student Bryan Scott of Germantown High School in Memphis, TN, and Clifton Hunt, NATAS Nashville President and News Channel 5 editor.
Photo: Tommy Lawson

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