peermusic Adds Creative Manager

Kim Wiggins

peermusic has tapped Kim Wiggins to serve as Creative Manager. The announcement was made today (9/28) by Kevin Lamb, Vice President, peermusic Nashville.

Wiggins comes from Sony/ATV, where she held a similar post. Before her tenure at Sony/ATV, Wiggins was a songplugger at Blacktop Music as well as Acuff-Rose Music Publishing.

“Kim is going to be a great addition to our family,” said Lamb. “She’s well respected, and has a great way of working with and nurturing songwriters. Kim understands the creative atmosphere Michael Knox and I are developing and she will be a vital part of helping this to come together.”

Added Michael Knox, peermusic Senior Creative Director, “She is hands down one of the best songpluggers and creative minds in town and I’m very lucky to have gotten her on the peermusic/Nashville team.”

Founded by Ralph S. Peer in 1928, peermusic operates 35 offices in 28 countries and has more than 250,000 titles in its catalogue.

As previously reported, Ben Strain is filling the vacancy at Sony/ATV left by Wiggins’ departure.

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