Nashville author and Belmont University Professor Don Cusic’s new book about Winston Churchill, Winston Churchill’s Love of Music, has hit the book shelves. Cusic will discuss the book at an upcoming Churchill conference organized by the Churchill Society of Tennessee on March 23 and 24 in Nashville and Franklin, TN.

Don Cusic is Curb Professor of Music Industry History and has written more than 30 books, including biographies of Roger Miller, Eddy Arnold and Gene Autry as well as books such as “The Beatles and Country Music,” “Elvis and Nashville” and “Baseball and Country Music.” He has produced albums on Bobby Bare, Melinda Doolittle (with Mike Curb) and Jim Ed Brown, and had songs recorded by Ray Stevens, Bobby Bare, Lynn Morris, the Lewis Family, Jim Ed Brown and others.

 

For information and registration for the Churchill conference, “Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory,” check the Churchill Society of Tennessee web site: www.churchillsocietytn.org.

Professor Cusic is available for interviews and books are available for review. Please contact: Barbara Esteves-Moore, 615-631-4383. bem@tworoadscommunications.com.