December 01, 2004


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What Was I Thinkin'?

“What Was I Thinkin'?” scored a first #1 for writers Dierks Bentley and Deric Ruttan. Pictured celebrating the song's success (l-r) are Brett Beavers, Woody Bomar, Dierks Bentley, ASCAP's Pat Rolfe, Deric Ruttan and Arthur Buenahora.

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It‘s Five O'Clock Somewhere

Writer Jim Brown's first cut, “It’s Five O'clock Somewhere,” earned Alan Jackson and Jimmy Buffett an eight week #1 single. Pictured honoring the achievement are (l-r) Frank Rogers, Liz O'Sullivan, Jim Brown, Chris DuBois and Marc Driskill.

Who Wouldn't Want To Be Me?

Pictured at the #1 Party honoring “Who Wouldn't Want To Be Me' are (l-r) ASCAP's Connie Bradley, Monty Powell, Pat Higdon and Pat Rolfe.

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Blue Merle

Blue Merle recently opened for Train a the historic Ryman Auditorium. Pictured (l-r) are Marc Driskill, Jason Oettel, Connie Bradley, Dan Keen, fiddler Patrick Ross, Lucas Reynolds and William Ellis.

Tough Little Boys

Don Sampson's "Tough Little Boys" was a #1 hit single for MCA recording artist Gary Allan. Pictured above celebrating are (l-r) Frank Rogers, Gary Allan, Don Sampson, Liz O'Sullivan, Chris DuBois, Ben Vaughn and Connie Bradley.

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Songfest 2003

Backstage during Songfest 2003 in Muscle Shoals, Alabama (l-r) John Briggs, Howie Dorough, Mike Sistad, Rodney Hall and Gary Baker.

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Nashville Pop Workshop

Moderator Gary Burr is pictured at the 2003 Pop Workshop in Nashville.

Georgia Music Hall of Fame

Kenny Rogers was honored at the Georgia Music Hall of Fame. Pictured at the event are Rogers and John Briggs.

ASCAP LIVE! From the Wildhorse

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Left, ASCAP LIVE! From The Wildhorse in July featured Rebecca Lynn Howard, Don Ellis and Wayd Battle. Pictured at The Wildhorse are (l-r) John Briggs, Don Ellis, Shannon McCombs, Mike Sistad, Rebecca Lynn Howard, Wayd Battle and Mike Doyle.

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ASCAP LIVE! From The Wildhorse in August featured Ray Benson, Josh Turner and The Wrights. Pictured (l-r) at the show are Adam and Shannon Wright, Ray Benson, Shannon McCombs, Josh Turner and John Briggs.

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Barn Raising

ASCAP sponsored the 3rd Annual Rock The Barn raising of $130,000 for Gilda's Club in Nashville. Pictured (l-r) are Sandy Towers of Gilda's Club, Donna Hilley, Ronnie and Janine Dunn and Connie Bradley.

Gibson/Baldwin All Star Bash Benefiting Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

Pictured (l-r) are ASCAP’s Chad Green, Kenny Loggins and Michael Dulaney.

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NSAI Awards

ASCAP members Rodney Crowell and Kerry Kurt Philips were honored at the annual NSAI Awards. Pictured (l-r) are ASCAP’s Marc Driskill and Mike Sistad, Kris Kristopherson, Paul Overstreet, Rodney Crowell, John Prine, Bonnie Raitt, Bill Anderson, ASCAP’s Loretta Muñoz, Kerry Kurt Philips and ASCAP’s Dan Keen.

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House of Blues

Pictured at the House of Blues (l-r) are (l-r) Ron Baird, Connie Bradley and Wynonna.

16th Annual Music Row Ladies Golf Tournament

Tennessee Titans mascot T-Rac was on hand to help ASCAP raise $45,000 for UCP of Middle Tennessee at the 16th Annual Music Row Ladies Golf Tournament. Pictured (l-r) are Keith Urban, Mark MClurg, Deana Carter, Anthony Smith, Susan Ashton, T-Rac, Emily West, ASCAP's Herky Williams and Wade Hayes.