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Texan Bruce Robison Wraps Music Row Around His Pretty Little Finger

Posted in News on August 15, 2007

Followers of singer/songwriter Bruce Robison have hummed along with the sweetly infectious chorus of his tune “Wrapped” for years, so when Country Music Hall of Famer George Strait recorded the gem, it came as no surprise to Bruce’s fans when the song hit No. 1. BMI threw Robison a bash to celebrate the song’s mainstream success Wednesday, August 8 at its Music Row offices, and Carnival Music staffers, Robison’s wife Kelly Willis and a throng of supporters joined Bruce for the festivities.

photo Bruce Robison (left) and BMI’s Jody Williams (right) smile for the camera. Jody called Robison “one of the best songwriters the state of Texas has ever produced.”

photo Carnival presented Jennifer Adams with a plaque as well.

photo BMI’s Jody Williams displayed evidence from Carnival’s recent Music Row prank-spree.

photo Pictured are (l to r): Bruce Robison, Carnival Music’s Frank Liddell and George Strait manager Erv Woolsey chatting after the presentations.

photo Pictured at the party are (l to r): MCA’s Bill Catino and Royce Risser, Carnival Music’s Travis Hill, Bruce Robison, Carnival Music’s Frank Liddell, George Strait manager Erv Woolsey and BMI’s Jody Williams.

Photos by Eric England