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Acuff-Rose Music was an American music publishing firm formed in 1942 by Roy Acuff and Fred Rose in Nashville, Tennessee. Acuff-Rose's honest behavior towards their writers set them apart from other music publishing firms at the time and led them to fame throughout the 50's, 60's, and 70's. Currently the company's catalog is owned by Sony/ATV Music Publishing.
- some of the nominations and awards:
- nominated to Academy of Country Music Award for Song of the Year - "All the Good Ones Are Gone", with Bob McDill, Pam Tillis, Dean Dillon, Ranger Bob Music, Universal PolyGram International Publishing
- nominated to Academy of Country Music Award for Song of the Year - "Something That We Do", with Skip Ewing, Blackened Publishing, Clint Black
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by Colin Larkin
Acuff-Rose Music, who had refused a license for the song, had sued on the grounds that the cover version tarnished the image of the original. Although a Nashville court had ruled against Acuff-Rose in 1991, a successful appeal was brought ...
by Frank Hoffmann
Hickory was founded in 1953 as an outgrowth of the successful Nashville publishing firm, Acuff-Rose Music, owned by singer Roy Acuff and songwriter Fred Rose and Rose's son, Wesley. Its first hit came from Al Terry with “Good Deal Lucille” ...
by Paul Kingsbury
Acuff-Rose Music, Inc. and Hiriam ...
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