Alison Booth, Vice President, A&R Administration, for Sony Music Nashville has announced the promotion of Mindi McCormick to the position of Director, A&R Administration, for the label group. Previously Associate Director, A&R Administration, McCormick is based in Nashville and reports directly to Booth.
“Mindi’s experience and continued dedication, together with her wonderful team spirit, have made her an invaluable member of our department,” Booth says. “I’m delighted to recognize her many contributions with this very well-earned promotion.”
In her position, McCormick is responsible for the supervision of repertoire management for all four of Sony Music Nashville’s imprints, and is particularly involved with the specific details of the Arista Nashville and RCA Nashville imprints. These responsibilities include the compilation and management of label copy, lyrics, and liner credits for all products released by Sony Music Nashville, both physical and digital. Her role also encompasses working with union (AFM and AFTRA) matters and payments and proofreading printed material, including CD packages, point of purchase material, and advertising, as well as the long-term archiving of repertoire information for all audio and video recordings, whether released or not.
McCormick began her career with Arista Nashville as receptionist in 1993 and joined the A&R Administration department as an assistant in 1996.
A native of Nashville, TN, McCormick graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Mass Communications with an emphasis in Recording Industry Public Relations from Middle Tennessee State University in 1993. McCormick’s father, George McCormick, played guitar for Grand Ole Opry legends including Wilma Lee Cooper and the late Grandpa Jones and Porter Wagoner.