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Music City Mayor Declares First “Radio Week”

Coincides with the Radio Show and Tennessee Assoc. of Broadcasters Convention

NASHVILLE, Tenn.�?It seems some excitement is already brewing for this year�sRadio Show. Its host, the city of Nashville, Tenn., has declared the week leading up to the show as �Radio Week.�

�I, Megan Barry, Mayor of Metropolitan Nashville and Davidson County, do hereby proclaim the week of September 19-25, 2016, as Radio Week,� declared Nashville Mayor Megan Barry in a signed resolution this week.

This is the first time Nashville has declared a Radio Week. The city and its suburbs have a unique relationship with radio given its reputation as a �Music City,� so the established city holiday seeks to recognize �radio�s importance to the city�s economic well-being in music creation and new artist establishment,� according to the resolution.

The 68th annual Radio Show will take place Sept. 21�23 at Nashville�s Omni Hotel.�