Frances Williams Preston, country music exec, dies at 83

Frances Williams Preston, country music exec, dies at 83

Nashville : TN : USA | Jun 13, 2012 at 7:00 PM PDT
Source: USA Today Life
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Updated Frances Williams Preston, the Nashville native who began her professional career as a mail messenger and became one of the most successful and consequential executives in the history of the music industry, died Wednesday morning of congestive heart failure. FULL ARTICLE AT USA Today Life
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