Iowa entertainers to host showcases at Nashville event

Tuesday, March 13, 2001

Storm Seymour is seeking local singers and songwriters who want to join him in one of two special showcases at the largest unsigned artist event in the history of Nashville.

Storm will hosting a special Iowa showcase, which is open to all country or gospel singers and bands who live in Iowa. He will also be the host of a special Native American showcase which will be open to Native Americans of all tribal nations throughout the United States and Canada. Those attending will have the opportunity to meet and perform for some of the leading companies in country and gospel music. Singers and bands who wish to be a part of these special showcases can contact Storm by calling (641) 484-6087 or writing him at P.O. Box 342, Tama, Iowa 52339.

The event is being called the Nashville Music Festival and will occur on May 26, 27 and 28 in Nashville, Tenn. It has been organized by the acclaimed promoter and talent broker ambassador Charlie Ray under the guidance of the international Country Music Association. The event has been endorsed by numerous American and foreign country and gospel music organizations and companies. Artists from Japan, Sweden, Canada and the United States have already scheduled appearances and music companies have reserved space.

Read the rest of this story in the 3/13 Pilot Tribune.