On Mon., March 2, renowned producer, keyboardist and label executive Tony Brown was honored at the Musicians Hall of Fame as this year’s recipient of the Cecil Scaife Visionary Award. Each year, the Scaife family honors an individual whose contributions have helped future generations achieve careers in the music industry on behalf of Cecil Scaife, who worked with Robert E. Mulloy to spearhead Belmont University’s music business program. That program has now grown into the Mike Curb College of Entertainment and Music Business (CEMB). Mike Curb received the 2008 award in recognition of his substantial support of Belmont University and the music industry at large. Proceeds from the ceremonies fund The Cecil Scaife Music Business Scholarship Endowment which benefits CEMB students.
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