|Pictured at the Hog's Breath are (front row) Key West festival founder Drew Reid, Jason Sellers, James Dean Hicks, (back row) BMI's Bradley Collins, Phillip White, Dillon Dixon, Amber White, Wendell Mobley, Susan Haynes, Patrick Davis, Scotty Emerick, D. Vincent Williams, Jenn Schott, Vicky McGehee, Chuck Cannon and BMI's Mark Mason.|
BMI KWSF first-timers included Patrick Davis, Dillon Dixon, Sony Nashville recording artist Susan Haynes, James Dean Hicks ("Sweet Kisses," "Jesus and Mama"), Vicky McGehee (six Gretchen Wilson cuts), Wendell Mobley ("There Goes My Life," "I Melt"), Australian CMA winner Kylie Sackley, DreamWorks Music staff writer Jenn Schott, James Slater ("In My Daughter's Eyes"), Phillip White ("I'm Movin' On," "I'm a Survivor"), singer/songwriter Amber White and D. Vincent Williams ("Hands of a Working Man," "I'm Movin' On").
Next year's festival is set for May 11-15, 2005.
|Jeffrey Steele||Jason White|
KWSF coordinator Charlie Bauer of the Hog’s Breath Saloon, Chuck Cannon
BMI’s Mark Mason and Scotty Emerick with Million-Air certificate for “Beer For My Horses”
BMI's Mark Mason presented Rivers Rutherford with Million-Air honor for “Shut Up and Drive”
|Wendell Mobley, D. Vincent Williams|
|Amber & Phillip White|
|Phillip White [center] received Million-Air certificate for “I’m A Survivor” from BMI’s Mark Mason (r) and Bradley Collins|
Photos by Alan Mayor