Tracy Byrd-Official Web Site
March 09, 2004


The Entertainment Industries Council, Inc., in association with the National Institute on Drug Abuse and The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, announced todaythat Tracy Byrd's hit single, "Drinkin' Bone" has been nominated for a PRISM Award in the Music Recording Category! (Winner will be announced on April 29 from the Hollywood Palladium) The őnon-drinking song‚ can be found on his current RCA project, The Truth About Men.

People hear music on many levels and while Tracy's song is lighthearted, the serious concept of losing a relationship because alcohol was too important speaks to the absolute truth. Doors can open to greater awareness and steps to recovery by telling the truth about addition without preaching or moralizing. Tracy exclaims, „This song can strike a different chord in people. A lot of us, myself included, have learned the hard way that sometimes the drinkin‚ bone is indeed connected to the lonely bone.‚„

The PRISM Awards are described as a nationally-televised awards show recognizing the accurate depiction of drub, alcohol and tobacco use and addiction in film, television, interactive, music, video and comic book entertainment. They describe their mission as „the art of making a difference.š Established in 1997, the PRISM Awards honor productions that are not only powerfully entertaining, but realistically show substance abuse and addiction. The awards will be held the evening of April 29, 2004 at the Hollywood Palladium.

The first PRISM music award went to Ozzy Osbourne's song "Junkie". If you visit,, you'll find more info about the category and previous award nominees and winners.