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Stacy Harris

Stacy Harris- Author & Broadcast Pro

Nashville, Tennessee

Stacy Harris

An internationally-known country-music historian, author, academician, music industry and popular culture analyst, celebrity journalist, ethnomusicologist, columnist, broadcast journalist, feature writer, media personality, public speaker, pundit, arts critic, technical writer, axiologist, entertainment entrepreneur and polymath, Stacy Harris covered the Nashville entertainment scene as a Nashville-based stringer for Newsweek and as a domestic stringer (with Secret Service clearance) for ABC...

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A Nashville songwriter wrote on her transgender life. The city library refused the book. | Opinion

The songwriter formerly known as Dick Feller wrote about her journey to becoming Deena Kaye Rose, but the Nashville Public Library refused the book. Stacy Harris is a Nashville author, music historian and broadcast professional. Having worked in the music industry for close to five decades, I sometimes feel like the only constant in Music Row’s transient community.
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About Stacy Harris

The publisher/executive editor and media critic for Stacy's Music Row Report, Stacy Harris was recognized by The Nashville Business Journal (in its April 17-21, 1995 edition) for pioneering Music Row coverage on the Internet.
Stacy's Music Row Report Link to Story
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Men's View of 'New Face'

Please don't confuse visibility with credibility. We women of Music Row are some of your best (potential) sources.
New York Times Link to Story
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Carl Lee Perkins

Carl Perkins, the son of Tiptonville (Tennessee) sharecroppers, was Sun Record's first certified million-selling artist.
Tennessee Encyclopedia of History and Culture Link to Story
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Brenda Lee

Brenda Lee has sold an estimated 100 million records.
Tennessee Encyclopedia of History and Culture Link to Story
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Harlan Perry Howard (1927-2002)

Popular and peer opinion, chart success, and scores of awards for the best of over four thousand songs he penned explain why Harlan Howard was dubbed not only Nashville’s dean of country songwriters but one of the greatest songwriters of all time.
Tennessee Encyclopedia of History and Culture Link to Story
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Stacy Harris' TV Scriptwriting Noted in Internet Movie DataBase

Entries as actress, writer, miscellaneous crew and self.
IMDB.com, Inc. Link to Story
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Two bands to fulfill a dream in Nashville

Band hopes to meet "fearless" reporter Stacy Harris.
Wayne Laepple for The Daily Item Link to Story
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Country Music Foundation Adultery

How a Letter To The Editor May Have Bought Up to $250,000 Worth of Silence!
Stacy's Music Row Report Link to Story
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High Pay From Unsolicited Assignment!

Never overlook an opportunity to make your own luck!
Writers Weekly- The World's Highest-Circulated Freelance Writing Ezine Link to Story
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The Country Music Foundation: A Case Study in Tax-Exempt Misconduct

The Country Music Foundation has a personnel manual purportedly written by its former Director. Could it be that he and his successor have violated portions of the manual’s Statement on Employee Ethics that would leave either or both open to "disciplinary action?"
Stacy's Music Row Report Link to Story
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Kosher Country: Success and Survival on Nashville's Music Row

An exploration of contrapuntal themes: The seemingly wide acceptance of Jews in Nashville country music and their substantial contributions to the genre, and the pervasive insensitivity if not outright anti-Semitism confronting the participants.
Southern Jewish History- Volume #2 Link to Story

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Stacy Harris

Check out my online CV at

http://stacyharris.com/author.html

and my contact info at

http://stacyharris.com/contact.html

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