Industry Ink (7-16-13)

Songwriter Keesy Timmer has signed with Nashville publishing company Blue Guitar Music.

Pictured (L-R) are: Sam Ramage, Chief Creative Officer, Blue Guitar; Lori Maxwell, CFO, Blue Guitar; Danny Pool, owner of the publishing company; Mike Kraski, General Manager, Blue Guitar; Daniel Wood, President, Blue Guitar and Timmer (seated).

Pictured (L-R) are: Sam Ramage, Chief Creative Officer, Blue Guitar; Lori Maxwell, CFO, Blue Guitar; Danny Pool, owner of the publishing company; Mike Kraski, General Manager, Blue Guitar; Daniel Wood, President, Blue Guitar and Timmer (seated).

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CAA’s John Huie spoke at SOLID‘s third general assembly meeting of the year, held at BMI.

Pictured (L-R): Kate Dore, SOLID Secretary, Kent Wolfenbarger, SOLID Education Chair, Ryan Huie, SOLID Member, John Huie, Brittany Adkins Schaffer, SOLID Education Co-chair, Brian O'Neil, SOLID Vice President, Sarah McGrady, SOLID President, Michelle Kammerer, SOLID Treasurer

Pictured (L-R): Kate Dore, SOLID Secretary; Kent Wolfenbarger, SOLID Education Chair; Ryan Huie, SOLID Member; John Huie; Brittany Adkins Schaffer, SOLID Education Co-chair; Brian O’Neil, SOLID Vice President; Sarah McGrady, SOLID President; Michelle Kammerer, SOLID Treasurer.

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npg logoNPG PR has hired publicist Meg Ryan. Ryan will be based in Nashville and will aid in day-to-day public relations activities such as tour press, strategic planning, media relations and overall client management for NPG PR’s eclectic roster of music, corporate, television and event clients. Ryan’s background includes time at Sandbox Entertainment, Big Machine Label Group and most recently SunFire Entertainment.

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cmasongwriters1The CMA Songwriters Series returns to Joe’s Bar in Chicago for a special night on Aug. 1 at 8:30 p.m./CT. Celebrating its ninth remarkable year, the CMA Songwriters Series features guests Matraca Berg, Kristian Bush, Bobby Pinson and Bob DiPiero, who will also serve as the evening’s host. Tickets are on sale at joesbar.com.

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fly free festival logoTennessee will be home to a new music festival beginning in October. The Fly Free Festival 2013 will take place in Adams, Tenn. on Oct. 11-13. The lineup includes Papadasio, Moon Taxi, Cloud Cult, Jeff The Brotherhood, RJD2 and others. For more information, visit flyfreefest.com.

 

 

 

 

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