Songs to be completed by writers from around the globe and performed at concerts in Bella Vista, AR and at AmericanaFest in Nashville, TN Bentonville, Arkansas (September 6, 2016) – The I’ll Fly Away Foundation, a non-profit organization that brings songwriting into schools, has announced a partnership with the House of Songs, an Austin based company that brings together songwriters from around the world to collaborate and create songs. Together the two entities will bring songwriters from Australia, Austin and Nashville to complete the lost songs of Albert E. Brumley, the creator of the most recorded song of all time,
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I’ll Fly Away Foundation Announces Partnership with House of Songs to Complete lost Albert E. Brumley Songs
The I’ll Fly Away Foundation Celebrates the 110th Birthday of Albert E. Brumley at the 28th Folk Alliance International Conference
Kansas City – February 17-20, 2016 Kansas City, Missouri – February 16, 2016 – The I’ll Fly Away Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to improving a child’s life through music and launched in honor of Albert E. Brumley who in 1932 wrote the most recorded song of all time, “I’ll Fly Away,” will attend this year’s 28th Folk Alliance International Conference in Kansas City, Missouri February 17-20, 2016. The I’ll Fly Away Foundation is the non-profit foundation of the legendary Brumley Music Company and is dedicated to creating opportunities which foster music education and preserving the country’s rich music history.
Brumley Music Celebrates the 110th Birthday of its Founder Albert E. Brumley
“I’ll Fly Away,” the Most Recorded Song of All Time Remains the Cornerstone of the Rich and Lasting Music Traditions Created by Albert E. Brumley 110 Years Ago New York, New York –(October 29, 2015) – The Brumley Music Company has announced the “110th Birthday Celebration” of Albert E. Brumley, the Founder of the legendary American music company rich in Gospel, Americana and Country traditions. On Thursday, October 29, 2015, The Brumley Music Company will launch a series of programs and promotions nationwide to celebrate 110 years of Albert E. Brumley who created the most recorded song of all time