SOURCE Nashville has announced the cancellation of the 18th Annual Source Hall of Fame Awards scheduled for Tuesday, Aug. 25, 2020. The rescheduled date for the annual awards show will be announced in January 2021.
SOURCE Nashville will continue to help and honor the women behind the music and all of those affected by COVID-19 in the music and entertainment industry by making contributions to various organizations that are assisting those in need.
This year’s class of inductees previously announced will be honored at the 2021 Awards. They include Margie Hunt, (Waylon Jennings/Jessi Colter, AWMG Entertainment, Hunt Music Services, CBS Records, Sony Music), Aleene Jackson (Monument Records, Showbud Guitars, Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum, Conway Twitty Enterprises, Tree International, Cowboy Jack Clement Productions), Suzanne Lee (ASCAP), Dottie Oelhafen (Erv Woolsey Company), Norma Jean Owen (CBS Records, Columbia Records, Capitol Records, The Entertainment Group), Betty Sanders (The Pride Music Group, Blake Mevis, The Hyland Company, Chuck Flood & Associates/Flood, Bumstead, McCready & McCarthy, Inc.), and Ima Withers (Chips Moman & Don Crews American Recording Studios, Warner Brothers, RCA Records, Merit Music, BMI).
The following inductees will be honored posthumously at SOURCE’s May 2021 luncheon: Mary Reeves Davis, (Manager/Jim Reeves, CMA Board), Dale Franklin (Nashville Music Association, Leadership Music) and Ann Tant, (Ann’s Promotion Service, Mercury Records, Joe Taylor Booking Agency, GRC Records, Warner Bros., John A. Hobbs, Music City Motorplex, ROPE, Donelson RedHat Honey’s).
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.
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