Mercury Nashville artist Scotty McCreery visited William Morris Endeavor with a group of ACM Lifting Lives series participants from the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center. The day began with a performance at Nashville’s Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital. The group then hopped on McCreery’s tour bus to ride to the WME offices. They were joined by WME Nashville co-head Rob Beckham and Lytle Management Group president John Lytle for a discussion on the music business.
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Sony Music Nashville’s Carrie Underwood helped unveil the new video boards at EverBank Field this past Saturday, July 26. The new video boards are the largest in the world, measuring 60 feet high by 362 feet wide.
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Digital Marketing and web development company BubbleUp has added Davis Mallory to its sales team. He joins BubbleUp from UMG’s Astralworks, where he was involved in digital marketing campaigns and project management for artists including Kylie Minogue, Empire of the Sun, David Guetta, and Swedish House Mafia.
Headquartered in Woodlands, Texas, BubbleUp has had a 10-year presence in Nashville.
“Nashville will remain a focus as BubbleUp continues its relationships with current artists such as Luke Bryan and Zac Brown Band”
Prior to Astralwerks, Mallory, a graduate of Florida’s Stetson University, served as a business development representative for IBM Cognos business affiliate Brightstar Partners.
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Arista Nashville’s Brad Paisley welcomed a select group of radio and industry to Southern California on July 23 for an exclusive listening event previewing his upcoming August 25 album, Moonshine in the Trunk.
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