Randy Brown recently stepped down from his post at Borman Entertainment after nine years with the company. As an Associate Manager, he worked day to day with singer/songwriter Randy Montana, and was involved in the early development of Capitol’s Mickey Guyton. Also serving as Director of Tour Marketing, he spent over seven years marketing tours for all clients at all levels, including Keith Urban, Lady Antebellum, Alison Krauss and Kenny Loggins.
Prior to Borman, Randy spent two years at Warner Nashville, and began his career with Faith Hill Tours, Inc. He may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The Third Annual Touring Career Workshop will be held at Soundcheck Nov. 13 from 6-9:30 p.m. The free event will provide classes to engineers, production managers, and road crew members on safety measures, accounting, stress management, financial planning, fitness on the road, and other pertinent subjects during its evening of sessions.
Presented by Chris Lisle Lighting Design, the workshop was formed by Lisle and lighting director Erik Parker to educate colleagues on how to maintain stability and success in an ever-changing, challenging economic environment.
To register or for more information on the Touring Career Workshop, visit touringcareerworkshop.com.
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Regions Commercial Banking and Private Wealth Management group recently held a luncheon at Nashville’s Renaissance Hotel featuring Baseball’s Iron Man and National Baseball Hall of Fame Member, Cal Ripken, Jr., who spoke on the fundamental lessons on life and business. Pictured here is one of the enthusiastic guests who was pleased with Ripken’s answer during the luncheon’s Q&A segment.