Lisa Harless Named To Nashville Business Journal’s “Women of Influence” for 2015
Lisa Harless, Senior Vice President and Private Wealth Advisor of Regions Bank, has been named one of the Nashville Business Journal’s “Women of Influence” for 2015. Harless and the other honorees will be recognized at the celebration luncheon on Feb. 25, 2015 at the Omni Hotel.
Harless is being recognized for her successful 30-year career as an entertainment banker and for her involvement in numerous charitable organizations in Nashville.”
Sony Music Nashville Showcases New Talent For CBS Radio Execs
Sony Music Nashville showcased the talents of several of its new artists by hosting the The New Faces of Country Showcase for CBS Radio at The Sutler in Nashville, Tenn., on Wednesday, Jan. 21. Among the artists highlighted were Arista Nashville’s Cam, RCA Nashville’s Josh Dorr, Columbia Nashville’s Steven Lee Olsen, and Arista Nashville’s Logan Mize.
ASCAP Presents During 30A Songwriters Festival
Elevating its presence at the 6th annual 30A Songwriters Festival, The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) presented two consecutive nights of songwriters rounds that featured hitmakers Marc Beeson (“We Are Tonight” – Billy Currington), Deana Carter (“You and Tequila” – Kenny Chesney), Ryan Hurd (“Lonely Tonight” – Blake Shelton), Jaren Johnston (“Sunshine & Whiskey” – Frankie Ballard), Tony Lane (“I Need You” – Tim McGraw & Faith Hill), Earl Bud Lee (“Friends in Low Places” – Garth Brooks), Jonathan Singleton (“Let It Rain” – David Nail), Jeremy Stover (“Lettin’ the Night Roll” – Justin Moore), Mark D. Sanders (“I Hope You Dance” – Lee Ann Womack”) and Brad Tursi (“A Guy Walks Into a Bar” – Tyler Farr), as well as emerging songwriter-artists Brandon Lay (Warner/Chappell Music Publishing), Hunter Phelps (Tape Room Music) and Jameson Rodgers (Combustion Atlas).
Held on Jan. 16 through the 18, the festival also featured performances by ASCAP artists Leon Russell, Sara Watkins (Nickel Creek), Glen Phillips (Toad the Wet Sprocket), Angaleena Presley, Mary Gauthier, Bob Schneider and more.
‘Nashville,’ ‘The Voice’ Honored By Guild of Music Supervisors Awards
Music supervisors from television shows Nashville (ABC) and The Voice (NBC) were among those honored during the fifth annual Guild of Music Supervisors Awards. Music Supervisor Frankie Pine, who worked on Season 3 of Nashville, was honored in the Television Comedy or Musical category. Clyde Lieberman and Jill Meyers of The Voice (seasons 6 and 7) was also honored in the Reality Television category.
Other movies and television series honored included The Fault in our Stars, Begin Again, and Guardians of the Galaxy.
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