Industry Ink (11/1/12)

Leadership Music has partnered with Sound Healthcare to give its more than 900 alumni the opportunity to purchase health insurance. Sound Healthcare was created in 2006 by RJ Stillwell and Tatum Hauck and has created similarly beneficial partnerships with the Country Music Association and more.

“In these uncertain times, there is enormous peace of mind associated with having options for insurability that were previously unavailable, and we are so pleased to be able to offer our alumni this exceptional benefit,” said Debbie Schwartz Linn, executive director of Leadership Music.

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Creative Nation’s Beth Laird is among the individuals selected for the second Catalyst class, a program started by the Nashville Entrepreneur Center to help business owners expand their operations beyond the $1 million benchmark. The 18-month program got underway in September. Also part of the class are Vision Entertainment’s Clay Neuman and Moo Creative Media’s John Huber. More info here.

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Mike Denney, the President of Canadian country music label/management/distributor MDM Recordings Inc., has been appointed as a member of the Canadian Country Music Award (CCMA) Board of Directors. Denney is a 25 year veteran of Canada’s music industry and will hold the position for a two year term.

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PLA Media’s artist roster is growing with the addition of hot new trio Scarletta for public relations representation. The group’s debut single “Right Here, Right Now” is climbing the MusicRow Chart and they will appear locally in Nashville on Fox 17’s “Tennessee Mornings” Tuesday, Nov. 6.

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Talent and production company Foothill Entertainment Group has appointed Steve Stern as its new Director of Corporate Relations. Stern is a songwriter and member of AFM local #257, and owns his own New Anthem Music publishing company.

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