BMG Chrysalis US has tapped Daniel Lee to serve as Creative Director at the company’s Nashville operation. He will report to Darrell Franklin, Executive Vice President, effective immediately. Lee’s responsibilities will cover the full spectrum of creative duties including signing and development talent, and songplugging.
“Daniel Lee is going to be a strong complement to our already outstanding creative team,” said Franklin. “He brings a great deal of experience and is well respected throughout the music community. Nashville is an increasingly important hub for the company and we are very excited to have him on board.”
Lee previously worked as Creative Director at Ten Ten Music, a post he held since 2007. Prior to that he spent two years at Island Bound Music.
He joins BMG’s growing Nashville team which includes Vice President John Allen, Sr. Creative Directors Sara Johnson and Taylor Lindsey, GM Kim Hylick, and Creative Manager Kevin Lane. The publisher’s recent hits include “Home” (Dierks Bentley), “Banjo” (Rascal Flatts), “A Little Bit Stronger” (Sara Evans), “Let It Rain” (David Nail), “Reality” (Kenny Chesney), and “Fly Over States” (Jason Aldean).