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MIKE MOLINAR ON THE WALL OF FAME
4/19/21

Big Machine Music GM Mike Molinar has been inducted into MTSU’s College of Media and Entertainment Wall of Fame. The ceremony was held in the new Chris Young Café on Wednesday (4/14), where Molinar was joined by his wife, their two sons and friend Martha Earls.

A 2020 inductee from the Department of Recording Industry, Molinar has been leading BMM since its inception. He was also previously named a member of the 2012-2013 MTSU Class of Distinguished Alumni.

“I am thrilled that Mike Molinar received our College’s highest honor,” says Beverly Keel, MTSU College of Media and Entertainment Dean. “Mike is such a trusted and respected member of the music industry and is proof that nice guys can finish first. I remain in awe of his commitment to songwriters and his dedication to remaining aware of the changes in industry, policies and trends. He is a wonderful ambassador to MTSU and a wonderful role model for our students.”

Seen standing a healthy distance apart are (l-r) Molinar and MTSU Department of Recording Industry Chair John Merchant. Later, Molinar celebrated by doing donuts in his company-issued Ferrari.