IEBA Announces 2011 Class of IEBA Hall of Fame

The second class of the International Entertainment Buyers Association will be inducted on October 4 as the closing event of the annual IEBA conference in Nashville. Inductees are honored for their exceptional contributions to the live entertainment industry.

This year’s celebration will be hosted by the multi-talented Laura Bell Bundy, with performances by Bundy, Roy Clark, Don Schlitz, and live art by Michael Israel. Inductees include: Bobby Baker, Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, Jimmy Jay, Paul Moore, Tandy Rice, Lou Robin, Mike Smardak and Leroy Van Dyke.

“We are very excited to be presenting our second slate of inductees to the IEBA Hall of Fame as a closing event to the conference,” said Rick Murray, Conference Chair and VP Integrated Marketing/Promotions for Premiere Networks. “The evening will truly celebrate the live entertainment industry with our distinguished Hall of Famers, exciting special performances and the incredible energy, wit and charm of Broadway, television and country music star Laura Bell Bundy!”

Over 500 of the live entertainment industry’s top decision makers will converge in Nashville, Tennessee October 2-4 for three days of non-stop networking, education and showcases from the hottest touring acts in all genres of entertainment at the annual conference of the International Entertainment Buyers Association.

International Entertainment Buyers Association (IEBA) is a non-profit trade organization for live entertainment industry professionals. Founded in 1970, IEBA provides networking, showcasing and educational opportunities to strengthen relationships, foster growth and increase revenue for the live entertainment industry. IEBA showcases the best and brightest talent in all genres of music and all fields of entertainment. IEBA is an intimate organization that makes a huge impact. At IEBA … The Buying Starts Here.



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