Industry Ink Monday

• Kenny Rogers is suing former label home Capitol Records for unpaid digital royalties, reports The Tennessean. He filed suit in federal court and is represented by King and Ballow, which successfully led Eminem’s similar suit. The suits hinge on whether or not digital song transactions are licenses or sales.

• Leadership Music is seeking an Executive Director. Click here to download the job description.

• Warner Music Nashville is seeking a Regional Promotion Manager for the WMN promotion team. The position will work directly with the WMN roster which includes The Dirt Drifters, Hunter Hayes, the JaneDear girls and Blake Shelton. Resumes can be sent to [email protected].

• SunTrust Mortgage has named Ellen May to its President’s Team, one of the highest honors the company bestows upon its loan officers. May has been a fixture at the bank’s Music Row branch for over a decade, catering to the specialized needs of the music community.

Condolences to Trisha Walker-Cunningham on the passing of her father Major Terry Walker. She was at his bedside in England when he died. In lieu of flowers, the longtime music promoter and booker asks for donations to hospice facilities that rely on charitable contributions.

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