SOURCE Nashville has announced this year’s Hall of Fame inductees. They include:
Sarah Brosmer (WMFD Radio, Ray Stevens Music, MusiVerse, a division of PolyGram, Compleat Records, MCA Records, Sony Records, Lytle Management)
Gayle Hill (Epic Records, G Hill & Company, Sound City Tours)
Beverly Keel (Nashville Banner, Polydor Records, American Profile, People magazine, Tennessean, UMG Nashville, MTSU)
Grace Reinbold (World Wide Media, What A Trip! Inc., rockUnashville)
Judi Turner (Country Music Association, Network Ink, Turner & Company, Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum, Leadership Music)
Trisha Walker-Cunningham (Radio Luxembourg London, UK, MC Promotions London, UK, TWI, Trisha Walker International, Nashville, Tennessee)
Erika Wollam-Nichols (Greater Nashville Arts Foundation, Pro-Tours, NSAI, Tennessee Performing Arts Center, WPLN; Nashville Public Radio, Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum, The First Amendment Center, The Bluebird Cafe)
Presented by Springer Mountain Farms, this year marks the 17th anniversary of the SOURCE Hall of Fame Awards. Set for Tuesday, Aug. 27, 2019 at the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum in the Historic Municipal Auditorium (401 Gay Street, Nashville, TN 37201), the annual awards will honor and induct a select group of women into the SOURCE Awards Hall of Fame.
SOURCE Hall of Fame inductees are nominated and inducted based upon peer recommendations, biographies, accomplishments, reputation, the number of years each individual has worked within the entertainment industry, and level of community involvement.
Ticket information will be released in the coming weeks.
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