The SOURCE Hall of Fame Awards will return to Nashville’s Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum at the Municipal Auditorium on Tuesday, Aug. 27. The annual awards will honor and induct a select group of women into the SOURCE Awards Hall of Fame. The soon-to-be-announced inductees are all women who have made a significant impact on the Nashville entertainment industry.
In 2003, the annual SOURCE Awards were established to honor and pay respect to the women who helped shape and build upon Nashville’s entertainment industry.
Founded in 1991 by Shelia Shipley Biddy, Judy Harris and Pat Rolfe, SOURCE is the longest-running organization for females in the music industry in Nashville, and is dedicated to fostering relationships and opportunities for its members through continuous education, networking, and community service initiatives. SOURCE is a nonprofit organization supporting an exclusive community of accomplished women professionals who work in all facets of Nashville’s entertainment industry.
Partnerships and program ads will be available and information on how to purchase tickets, partnerships, and program ads will be released in the upcoming weeks, along with the names of this year’s 2019 inductees.
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