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Two-Time GRAMMY Nominee Performs at Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters Annual Convention

Posted in News on April 11, 2019
Pictured (L-R) after James Slater’s performance are President and CEO of the Oklahoma Broadcasters Association, Vance Harrison; BMI singer-songwriter James Slater; OAB Board Chairman and Payne Radio Group General Manager, Will Payne and BMI’s Jessica Frost.
Pictured (L-R) after James Slater’s performance are President and CEO of the Oklahoma Broadcasters Association, Vance Harrison; BMI singer-songwriter James Slater; OAB Board Chairman and Payne Radio Group General Manager, Will Payne and BMI’s Jessica Frost.

BMI provided the musical entertainment at the Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters (OAB) annual convention held April 4, 2019 in Oklahoma City. Two-time GRAMMY-nominated BMI singer-songwriter James Slater entertained broadcasters from across the state by telling the stories behind the songs and performing “High Cost Of Living” (recorded by Jamey Johnson), “In My Daughters Eyes” (recorded by Martina McBride), “Mexicoma” and “That’s Why God Made Mexico” (recorded by Tim McGraw) and “The Clown” (recorded by Reba McEntire).

The OAB is a non-profit organization of commercial radio and television stations organized to serve the public interest and promote the cooperation and prosperity of its members. The OAB represents 152 radio stations, 29 television stations, 20 non-commercial/educational stations, and 28 associate members.

photo BMI singer-songwriter James Slater brings Oklahoma Broadcasters to their feet.