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BMI Mourns the Loss of Phil Everly

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From News, posted 1.04.14 Broadcast Music, Inc. mourns the loss of Phil Everly, who passed away on Friday, January 3, 2014, at the age of 74. Half of the timeless duo the Everly Brothers, Phil was renowned for his string of hits in the 1950s and ’60s with his older brother Don, who together… Read more...


That’s Old Fashioned: Capturing the Sound of the Everly Brothers

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From MusicWorld, posted 11.20.12 “The first time I heard the song ‘Bo Diddley’ in 1955, it just nailed me,” recalls Kentucky native Don Everly, one-half of the monumental early rock duo the Everly Brothers. “I remember thinking, ‘I’ll never be able to have that type of rhythm in any kind of country music.’” By… Read more...


‘These Days,’ It’s Good To Be Vince Gill

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From MusicWorld, posted 12.22.06 Vince Gill’s easily identified tenor has long graced country airwaves, delivering sly lyrics that are risible, contemplative or romantic, always coupled with his oft-overlooked masterful lead guitar. His latest project is a Herculean effort — daunting to mere mortals like the rest of us. The feat: a four-CD, 43-original song… Read more...


Nashville’s Elite Offer Barry Gibb a Warm Welcome

From News, posted 12.20.06 When Bee Gees legend Barry Gibb purchased Johnny and June Carter Cash's lakefront home in nearby Hendersonville, Nashville's music community buzzed with excited anticipation. On Wednesday, Dec. 13, BMI hosted an intimate reception at its Music Row offices for Mr. Gibb, along with his wife Linda and their… Read more...


Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame Inducts 4 BMI Writers

From News, posted 11.08.01 The Nashville Songwriters Foundation recently inducted four new members into its Songwriters Hall of Fame during a banquet at Loews Vanderbilt Plaza Hotel in Nashville. Those honored were the late Johnny Russell, Dennis Linde, and Don… Read more...