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Heavy-Hitting BMI Writers ‘Remember Hank Cochran’ During Frank Brown Int’l Songwriters Festival

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From News, posted 10.20.15 On November 14, 2015, where the white sand beaches meet the blue waters of the Gulf of Mexico, the Flora-Bama Lounge, Package & Oyster Bar on the state line will be buzzing with festival goers waiting to hear BMI songwriters Jamey Johnson, Dean Dillon and Scotty Emerick during the Frank… Read more...


10 Questions With Dean Dillon

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From MusicWorld, posted 11.25.13 Dean Dillon’s life has been the stuff of country songs—hard-living, hard-earned, bootstrapping, boot-wearing. He grew up poor in East Tennessee, and just out of high school in 1973, hitchhiked to Nashville to take his chances as a songwriter. That’s where he met George Strait, presented to Dillon then as a… Read more...


Hank Cochran Dies

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From News, posted 7.15.10 Iconic songwriter Hank Cochran died Thursday morning at his home in Hendersonville, Tennessee. The writer behind country standards including “Make the World Go Away,” “She’s Got You,” “I Fall to Pieces,” “The Chair,” “Ocean Front Property,” “Don’t You Ever Get Tired of Hurting Me,” “Is It Raining at Your House,”… Read more...


Legends Toast Hank Cochran at BMI

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From News, posted 6.17.09 Living legends gathered to salute iconic songwriter Hank Cochran Monday, June 15 at BMI’s Music Row offices. Merle Haggard, Bobby Bare, Dean Dillon, Jamey Johnson, Lee Ann Womack, Gene Watson, Red Lane, and Whitey Shafer took turns delivering acoustic versions of Hank Cochran classics, while guests including Elvis Costello, Cowboy… Read more...


Scotty Emerick

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From MusicWorld, posted 3.09.06 It’s incredible to think that Scotty Emerick has already been writing hits for nearly half his life — since he’s only 32. But from the time the Vero Beach, Florida native set foot in Nashville at 19, he has consistently been making music that both fans and his fellow artists… Read more...


Con Hunley ‘Still’ Singing Strong

From News, posted 8.02.04 BMI Nashville welcomed new affiliate Con Hunley back to Music Row with a reception to mark the release of the single "Still," which Hunley has reinvented from its original recitation by artist/writer Bill Anderson into a country-soul song. "Still" will be included on Sweet Memories, his upcoming… Read more...


Hank Cochran Inducted to Mississippi Musicians Hall of Fame

From News, posted 8.19.03 Legendary BMI songwriter Hank Cochran was inducted to the Mississippi during ceremonies at the Thalia Mara Hall in Jackson on August 9. Hank joked with the exuberant crowd before serenading them with a medley of some of his best-known compositions: "I Fall To Pieces,"… Read more...


Golden Voice Nominees Honor BMI Country Greats

From News, posted 6.02.03 BMI country legends dominated the nominations for the fifth annual Golden Voice Awards, with Bobby Bare, Freddie Hart and Ray Price claiming two mention each (4/11). Presented by the Performers Benefit Fund, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping senior performers with ongoing hospitalization needs, the Golden Voice Awards and Brunch… Read more...


Jerry Chesnut

From News, posted 1.23.03 Sony /ATV Music Publishing Nashville held a special ceremony recently to unveil a portrait of legendary songwriter Jerry Chesnut. Painted by Nashville-based artist Anne Collie, the portrait of Chesnut joins those of other Tree Publishing & BMI greats -- including Harlan Howard, Conway Twitty, Hank Cochran, Curly Putman, Bobby Braddock… Read more...


Tanya Tucker Unveils New Album At BMI Nashville

From News, posted 10.16.02 Tanya Tucker celebrated her first studio album in five years with a party for friends, colleagues and fans at BMI Nashville (9/26). Tucker and Roger Murrah were executive producers of the project — entitled Tanya — which was produced by Barry Beckett and Jerry Laseter. The 12-song album, released September… Read more...


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