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BMI Songwriter Bonnie Bishop Rocks the House at the NAB State Leadership Conference in DC

Posted in News on March 7, 2017
Pictured (L-R) after Bonnie’s performance where she was presented with a birthday cake from the NAB are: NAB President and CEO Gordon Smith, BMI songwriter Bonnie Bishop, NAB Senior Vice President of State Associations and Board Relations nom Sue Keenom and BMI’s Dan Spears.
Pictured (L-R) after Bonnie’s performance where she was presented with a birthday cake from the NAB are: NAB President and CEO Gordon Smith, BMI songwriter Bonnie Bishop, NAB Senior Vice President of State Associations and Board Relations nom Sue Keenom and BMI’s Dan Spears.

Thirty Tigers recording artist and BMI songwriter Bonnie Bishop traveled to Washington DC to headline this year’s State Leadership Conference (2/28) sponsored by the National Association of Broadcasters with a high energy, soulful performance in front of state broadcaster association executives from across the state, along with their respective TV and radio board members. The Nashville artist dipped into her rich repertoire of folk, rock and blues and celebrated her birthday by playing tunes from her recently released, critically acclaimed album, Ain’t Who I Was, produced by famed producer Dave Cobb, whose credits include Jason Isbell, Chris Stapleton and Sturgill Simpson. The NAB SLC is an annual event that brings together state association execs and broadcasters for a daylong seminar on legislative issues affecting their industry and concludes with a trip to Capitol Hill to lobby their respective Congressmen and Senators.