Inductees Announced For 2023 SOURCE Hall Of Fame Awards
SOURCE Nashville has announced the 2023 inductees for the SOURCE Hall of Fame.
Founded in 1991 by Shelia Shipley Biddy, Judy Harris and Pat Rolfe, the nonprofit organization is committed to supporting a community of accomplished women in the music industry. The annual SOURCE Awards were established in 2003 by Kay Smith to honor and pay respect to the “Women Behind The Music” who help shape and build upon Nashville’s music industry.
– Marcie Allen (Cellar Door Concerts, William Morris Endeavor (WME), MAD Booking & Events, Creative Artist Agency (CAA), NYU, MAC Presents, AB, MAC Consulting)
– Renee Bell (MCA, RCA/Sony Music Nashville)
– Janice Jackson (ASCAP, Capitol/EMI/Liberty Records, Blendingwell/Sister John Music, Maypop Music Group, Almo/Irving Music, Joe Scaife Productions & Publishing, Copyright Society of the South, Writer’s Den Music Group, MCS Music America, Inc., Peermusic, Travellers Hollow Music)
– Jackie Patillo (Star Song Communications, Integrity Gospel/Integrity Media, Verity Records, Sony Music Entertainment, Gospel Music Association)
– Becky Shanks (United Artists Agency/CBS Songs, Maypop Music, Peermusic)
– Denise Stiff (GreilWorks, Teena Shirts, BareWorks, Summer Lights, Keith Case and Associates, Scared Stiff Music and Sheehan’s Pub Co., Bob Titley Management, DS Management)
– Valerie Summers (William Morris Agency, Inc./WME, Destination Music/Gary Musick Production, Arrington Vineyards)
This class of inductees will be minted at the 20th anniversary of the SOURCE Hall of Fame Awards on Aug. 29. Presented by Springer Mountain Farms, the ceremony will again take place at the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum in the Historic Municipal Auditorium. Ticket information will be available in the coming weeks.
- Inductees Announced For 2023 SOURCE Hall Of Fame Awards - March 7, 2023
- CRS Announces Lineup For ‘Amazon Music Presents: Country Heat’ - March 6, 2023
- Kelsea Ballerini Makes Big Leap On MusicRow Top Songwriter Chart - March 6, 2023