LASC LETTER LOOKS BACK

By Diana Black

The LASC Letter looks back at the March issues of:

1987

· The first unsung writers showcase announced.

· John Prine introduced himself to Gardner Barger in Scottsburg, Ind.

1988

· Almost Famous tape introduced at Premier Party at Flaherty's III.

· * Courier-Journal Staff Critic Ronni Lundy to speak to membership.

1989

· Member John Goodin's tune "Up River Road" to be performed by the Louisville Mandolin Orchestra.

· Joyce Trammell spoke to membership on music theory.

1990

· Charlie Walls won first place in Hidden Hits Song Festival with "I've Got A Bad Memory."

· Attorney Kim Greene spoke to the membership about copyright.

· First "special" showcase announced with publisher from Nashville to attend.