Grady Becomes President Borman Nashville

Borman Entertainment owner/founder Gary Borman has announced that John Grady will join the company as President of its Nashville operations.

Grady, started 32 years ago as a college rep for A&M Records and more recently served as president of DMZ Music, Columbia Nashville, Epic Nashville and Monument Nashville. For the past 2 years, Grady was a partner in Redlight Management. He currently sits on the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum Board of Directors and was elected President of the Academy of Country Music.

“My career could be described as a series of unique opportunities,” says Grady. “Gary and his staff have built a unique company based on artists, music, creativity, loyalty, intelligence and hard work. I am honored to be called upon to contribute to what they have already built. I am humbled to work with the company’s extraordinary artists and management team. I can hardly wait to go to work.”

Borman Entertainment represents Faith Hill, Keith Urban and Lady Antebellum. According to Borman, who has been in business since 1976, the goal has always been to specialize in building long term careers from the bottom to the top. “Due to our size we have the advantage of focus plus the ability to move quickly and go deep every day for our 3 artists,” says Borman. “We love what we do and who we do it for. Adding John’s experience, skill and passion for music is incredible for us. I look forward to many years working with John and our Nashville team as we meet the challenges and opportunities our business encounters.”

John Grady will be based in the Borman Entertainment Nashville office at 1222 16th Avenue South suite 23. Ph. 615-320-3000
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