Esteemed troubadour Hal Ketchum celebrated the release of his new album, Father Time, Monday, September 15 amidst industry peers and fans in BMI’s Nashville Writer/Publisher lobby. Ketchum recorded the ambitious labor of love live to two-track over two stacked days in the studio. Released on his longtime label home Curb Records, the album dropped Tuesday, September 16.
Hal Ketchum grins at the release party for his new album, Father Time.
Hal Ketchum (left), smiles for the camera with singer/songwriters Jon Randall (center) and Jessi Alexander (right).
Huddle: songwriter Danny Flowers (left) catches up with Nashville cats Fats Kaplin (center) and Harry Stinson (right).
Pictured are (l-r): Curb Records Vice President, A&R Doug Johnson; Hal Ketchum; Curb Records Executive Vice President/General Manager Dennis Hannon; and BMI Vice President, Writer/Publisher Relations, Nashville Jody Williams.