Nashville News: May 1993



Charles Dorris and Associates has been purchased by the William Morris agency. Dorris will combine his talents with those of Steve Bralier at the newly-expanded agency.
New Reunion artist Ashley Cleveland will release Bus Named Desire in june, and fellow Reunion artist Gary Chapman is slated for a July release.
Although Steve Taylor will continue performing with Chegall Guevara, he is pursuing his solo career again on Warner Alliance. Steve is co-managed by Norman Miller and Mark Hollingsworth.
Scott Wesley Brown’s new label, Onward Music, has released his 15th album, Through the Years, a collection of Brown’s most memorable hits from his two-decade career.
DOC’s latest R&BPullin’ No Punches, is now out.
Star Song authors and educators Chris and Carole Beatty will be holding intensive Vocal Training Schools in Nashville in June, August, and November.
Myrrh artist Julie Miller’s new album, Orphans and Angels, recorded in Los Angeles, Nashville, and New York, features a duet with Emmylou Harris.
Effective April 5, 1993, Word Inc. and Mike Warneke have jointly agreed to terminate their 18-year relationship. Word will grant full return privileges through May 30 to retailers desiring to return Mike Warneke product.


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