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HOLLY WOULD, OR: THIS ITEM WAS PROPERLY SOURCED

We’re extremely proud of our own Holly Gleason on a regular basis, but we’re klebbing extra naches (to use a common Nashville expression) in the wake of her induction into the SOURCE Hall of Fame. That nonprofit, founded in 1991, is the longest-running org dedicated to the community of women in the Nashville music biz. So it’s only fitting that the industrious Holly—whose recent book, Woman Walk the Line: How the Women in Country Music Changed Our Lives, has earned rapturous acclaim from virtually all major outlets—is so honored. She’s seen here flanked by two admiring execs, Big Machine Music Group’s Jake Basden and Sony Music Nashville’s John Zarling; shortly after this shot was snapped she excused herself to get 7,000 words written by 4am.

 

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