Steve Gulley, Tim Stafford Sign With Mountain Home
Steve Gulley and Tim Stafford have signed with Mountain Home Music Company to release new music, including an album set to release in the Fall. Gulley and Stafford have both established their names in bluegrass as key members or leaders of other noted groups in the genre. Gulley performed with Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver, Mountain Heart and Grasstowne before starting his own group, Steve Gulley & New Pinnacle. Stafford performed with Alison Krauss & Union Station before co-founding the award-winning band Blue Highway.
T.J. Martell Foundation Sends Some Sunshine To Rae Krenn
The T.J. Martell Foundation bestowed its first-ever Sunshine Award to The Palm Restaurant’s Rae Krenn virtually yesterday (June 16). Music City’s “hostess with the mostess” was originally supposed to receive the award in April during the Nashville Comedy Festival, but due to the pandemic, the event was forced to cancel. Krenn received her recognition on a Zoom call, and during the virtual meet, more than 20 of her community friends “Zoomed-in” for her presentation, including former Tennessee Governor Phil Bredesen, Butch Spyridon, Rod Essig, George Armistead, Jamie Isabel, Marty Dickens and her son, Guy Krenn. The award was presented to Krenn onsite at The Palm by T.J. Martell Foundation board member Ben Jumper. Her daughter Sherrié Austin, husband Alf Krenn, and son-in-law Will Rambeaux were also present to help her celebrate the honor.
Aby Gutierrez Inks With UMPG
Aby Gutierrez has signed a worldwide publishing deal with Universal Music Publishing Nashville. This is the first publishing deal for the Wisconsin native.
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