Lebanon native wins top awards at Nashville contest
FINES MASSEY • EDITOR@LACLEDERECORD.COM
A Lebanon High School graduate will go on to represent Tennessee in the national 48-hour Film Project competition after winning best film in Nashville.
Dusty Dale Barker, a Lebanon native who now lives in Nashville, has made a career out of following musicians around the world, filming their concerts, making music videos and taking pictures for their social media accounts. Until the global pandemic put the world of live music at a standstill, Barker traveled nearly full time, covering various artists.
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