awards hall of fame
Nashville’s music and entertainment communities will celebrate the careers of six Hall of Fame inductees at the 2017 SOURCE Awards to be held at the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum at the Historic Municipal Auditorium. August 22, 2017 sponsored by Springer Mountain Farms.
The 2017 SOURCE HALL OF FAME inductees are Amy Kurland, Bluebird Café; Bonnie Sugarman, Agency of Performing Arts (APA); Joyce Rice, First American National Bank, BMI; Judith Newby, Top Billing, J.P. Newby Management, Tapped Into; Martha Moore, WLAC Radio, MCA/ABC Records, PolyGram Records; So Much MOORE Media; Susan Turner, Capitol Records, RCA Records, Moress/Nanas/Peay Management Co., Shindler/Turner Promotions and Turner & Associates; and Lula Naff, Posthumous, Ryman Auditorium, Lyceum Bureau.
This year marks the 15th anniversary of the SOURCE Hall of Fame Awards.
SOURCE Hall of Fame inductees are nominated and inducted based upon peer recommendations, biographies, accomplishments, reputation, the number of years each individual has worked within the entertainment industry, and level of community involvement.
Founded in 1991, SOURCE is a nonprofit organization supporting women executives and professionals who work in all facets of the Nashville music industry. In 2003, the annual SOURCE Awards were established to pay respect to and honor the women who helped develop and build upon the foundation of the music industry in Nashville. SOURCE also pays tribute to women who presently make major contributions with their work in the industry.