MusicRow Magazine: BMI Presents Larry Gatlin With “Million-Air” Awards

Pictured (L-R): Larry Gatlin, BMI's Perry Howard. Photo: Moments By Moser
Pictured (L-R): Larry Gatlin, BMI’s Perry Howard. Photo: Moments By Moser
Larry Gatlin accepted two BMI Million-Air Awards during his sold-out concert at the Franklin Theater in downtown Franklin on Saturday (Oct. 8). The honor is given to songwriters, composers and publishers whose songs accumulate over one million U.S. broadcast performances.
BMI’s Perry Howard presented the awards to Gatlin for writing “Houston (Means I’m One Day Closer to You)” and “Broken Lady,” both of which were hits for Larry Gatlin & The Gatlin Brothers. Both singles have surpassed two million radio spins, taking them to the next level of the Million-Air Award. Gatlin has previously received Million-Air Awards for “All The Gold in California,” “I Just Wish You Were Someone I Love” and “The Lady Takes the Cowboy Everytime.”

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