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Con Hunley ‘Still’ Singing Strong

Posted in News on August 2, 2004
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 album on IMMI Records.

Among the friends gathered at BMI Nashville were BMI Vice President Paul Corbin, songwriter Frank Myers, Oakland Raiders special teams coach Joe Avezzano, IMMI Records President Lisa Starbuck, Bill Anderson, Con Hunley, Norro Wilson and Dean Dillon.

The 15-song collection -- Hunley's first studio project since the 1980s -- is produced by Norro Wilson, who also produced many of his 25 top 10 hits. Sweet Memories features new songs by Dean Dillon and Jim Collins, plus classics by Hank Cochran, Vince Gill, Dickey Lee, and Mickey Newbury (the title track).

Con Hunley and Charlie Douglas

Randy Layne and Con Hunley perform "Still"

Photos by Alan Mayor