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BMI Hosts Reception and Performance for International Planned Music Association Board Members

Posted in News on June 29, 2017
BMI’s Jessica Frost and Teresa Stafford-Scherer pose for a photo with IPMA Board President and Carolina Sound Communications Vice President David Perry, The Daybreaks’ Kaleb Jones, Heather Bond, and Bobby Holland, and IPMA Board Vice President and Metro Communications, Inc. Business Development’s Joshua B. Swain.  
BMI’s Jessica Frost and Teresa Stafford-Scherer pose for a photo with IPMA Board President and Carolina Sound Communications Vice President David Perry, The Daybreaks’ Kaleb Jones, Heather Bond, and Bobby Holland, and IPMA Board Vice President and Metro Communications, Inc. Business Development’s Joshua B. Swain.  

BMI hosted a private reception for the Board of the International Planned Music Association at the Company’s Nashville office on June 28, during which IPMA Board members were treated to a special performance by BMI singer-songwriters The Daybreaks. The talented group performed songs from their soon to be released debut album Find Me At The End of The World.

Formed in 1955, the International Planned Music Association is a trade organization made up of music service providers.