Bonelaw Clients Rack Up Awards from International Bluegrass Music Association

Congratulations to several Bone McAllester Norton Entertainment Law clients, who took home awards from the International Bluegrass Music Association last night. Bluegrass Underground won Event of the Year; Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen won Instrumental Group of the Year; Claire Lynch and Louisa Branscomb won Recorded Event of the Year; and Music City Roots’ own Ashlee-Jean Trott was the recipient of a Momentum Award.

Read more about the awards here.






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Stephanie Taylor and Rob Pinson speak to International Bluegrass Music Association

Moderator: Richard Tucker

Panelists: R.J. Stillwell, Sound Healthcare; Greg Cahill, Foundation for Bluegrass Music; Stephanie Taylor, Bone McAllester Norton PLLC; Rob Pinson, Bone McAllester Norton PLLC

Even though you may be a young artist or sideman, it’s not too early to think about taking care of yourself when it comes to estate planning, health, accident and life insurance, instrument insurance and retirement. For those of you approaching middle age and beyond, have you given any thought as to who you’d like to be beneficiaries of your lifetime in bluegrass, including how you would like to be remembered in the bluegrass world?  What will be your legacy, your way to keep “the circle unbroken.…”  Join our discussion this afternoon to think carefully about planning your future.