Bread Founder Launches NashFilms Records

Robb Royer

Robb Royer, founding member of ‘70s rock band Bread, has opened NashFilms Records on Music Row. With a background also including work as a producer and director, Royer originally planned to start a motion picture production company, but it evolved into a record label when he began working with pop/dance artist Karissa Hope la Cour and released her current single “Moved By The Music.”

NashFilms has an in-house studio and video production bay. The team includes Jessie Royer-Holmes heading day-to-day operations, production manager Harrison Holmes, and Don Murry Grubbs handling publicity. Joe Mattis, President of SlugFest Records Nashville, has been brought in to act as head of the label’s Advisory Board. Next up, NashFilms is planning the release of music project The Finnigan Bros.: The 1990 Sessions.

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