About the organization
The European Country Music Association (ECMA) was established in 1994 in the United Kingdom and Spain, Europe, by some people related to the European Country music scene, as publishers, DJs and musics. It originally consisted of less than 100 members and the very first president was UK's Harry E. Fenton..
Current president and manager of the association is Rafel Corbí, from Catalonia (Europe).
- Membership are available to anybody involved in country music industry and/or fans. Memberships are from $30 US per year. Visit chart page if you're interested.