'14th Annual Source Awards' Honor Women In The Industry
August 24, 2016 at 11:28 AM (PT)
The "14TH ANNUAL SOURCE AWARDS" were held at the MUSICIANS HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM in NASHVILLE last NIGHT (8/23) honoring six women and their achievements in the music business. Hosted by Country legends JEANNIE SEELY and BRENDA LEE, it was also announced that in conjunction with the organization's 25th anniversary, the awards will rebrand and be officially known as "THE SOURCE NASHVILLE HALL OF FAME AWARDS" moving forward.
SONY MUSIC NASHVILLE's ALISON BOOTH, industry veteran TAMMY BROWN, JOHN CONLEE ENTERPRISES' DIANE CASH, GEORGE JONES MANAGEMENT's NANCY JONES, "NASHVILLE" creator/Exec. Producer CALLIE KHOURI, and the late GAIL POLLOCK (NET NEWS 5/20) were each honored for their contributions to the music industry in NASHVILLE, as well as their leadership and involvement in furthering women in the community.