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Hearts Bluff Highlights from 2017 Share Thisi

January

30A Songwriters Festival – We hosted the Lakehouse stage and had a blast listening to amazing artists and songwriters like John Prine, Cheap Trick, Jeffrey Steele, Shawn Mullins, and many more.

 

March

Tin Pan South – Ashley attended a round at 3rd & Lindsley: Mark D. Sanders (“I Hope You Dance”), Roger Cook (the famous Coke jingle “I’d Like To Teach The World To Sing (In Perfect Harmony)”), Matraca Berg (“Strawberry Wine”), and Bobby Braddock (“He Stopped Loving Her Today”)

L-R: Mark D. Sanders, Roger Cook, Matraca Berg, Bobby Braddock

 

May

2nd Annual AIMP Nashville Awards – celebrating the success of Nashville’s independent publishers over the past year

 

Carly Pearce singing Keith Urban’s “Blue Ain’t Your Color” (Song of the Year)

 

Kelly Archer accepting Rising Songwriter award

 

Brandon & Ashley attended the Music Biz Conference here in Nashville, enjoying panels by some of the industry’s leaders who addressed hot issues in the ever-evolving music business: developments in copyright law, the importance of metadata, following the money from streaming, opportunities for virtual reality technology in music, and more!

 

Kelly Clarkson speaking on a panel

Reba McEntire accepting Chairman’s Award for Sustained Creative Achievement

 

 

August

Changing of the Interns: Mackie Rodamaker started and Noah Parker ended his term.

 

October

47th Annual Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame Gala
Inductees: Walt Aldridge, the late Vern Gosdin, Jim McBride, Tim Nichols, Dewayne Blackwell

Alan Jackson performing “Someday” to honor Jim McBride.

 

Scott Parker received the 2017 Distinguished Professional Achievement Award from his alma mater, Abilene Christian University.