Industry Ink: Demonbreun Hill Debuts

demonbreun hillElmington Capital Group, owners of the Demonbreun strip, are rebranding the property and immediate surrounding area Demonbreun Hill.

Ben Brewer from Elmington explained the company’s desire to create a neighborhood feel and unique identity for the area, which will have over 1,200 new residential units in the near future.

Elmington has teamed with creative agency Mountain for the Demonbreun Hill branding initiative. They plan on working with businesses and the new 1505 Apartments across the street to produce outdoor events this fall such as concerts, street fairs, professional gatherings and a Big Wheel Race.

Anchoring the neighborhood will be a 100-foot-long mural by artist Bryan Deese telling the history of the block dating back to Timothy Demonbreun.

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The July installment of the ASCAP “We Create Music” showcase series was held on Wednesday, July 16 at The Basement in Nashville. The showcase featured Wrensong/Reynsong songwriter-artist Jacob Davis, songwriter-artist and hit ABC television series Nashville star Jonathan Jackson, up-and-coming songwriter-artist Josh London, and emerging songwriters Doug Brown and Gavin Slate. The popular monthly showcase series was designed to highlight ASCAP’s “best of the best” within the thriving Nashville songwriting community.

 Pictured (l-r): Gavin Slate, Josh London and bandmates, ASCAP's LeAnn Phelan, Richard Jackson, Jonathan Jackson, Jacob Davis and Doug Brown. Photo by ASCAP's Alison Toczylowski.

Pictured (l-r): Gavin Slate, Josh London and bandmates, ASCAP’s LeAnn Phelan, Richard Jackson, Jonathan Jackson, Jacob Davis and Doug Brown. Photo by ASCAP’s Alison Toczylowski.

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The Society Of Leaders In Development (SOLID) will donate $5,181 to the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) Nashville. The money raised at SOLID’s annual CMA Yard Sale & Auction will help send at least six local children to MDA Summer Camp.

SOLID president Brian O’Neil and SOLID Board Member and Yard Sale & Auction director Jeff Hoehne send thanks to those who supported the event as volunteers, by donating items and in other ways.

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Hunter Hayes will perform at the National Association of Broadcasters’ 25th NAB Marconi Radio Awards Dinner & Show, sponsored by iBiquity Digital Corporation, the creators of HD Radio Technology. The event will take place Sept. 11 at the 2014 Radio Show, going on Sept. 10-12 in Indianapolis and produced by the Radio Advertising Bureau (RAB) and NAB.

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