Industry Ink: Razor & Tie’s New SoBro Location, SOLID’s Music Row Madness

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• April 14, 2015

Razor & Tie Celebrates New SoBro Location

Razor & Tie recently celebrated a kick-off party in Nashville, Tenn., for the company’s new space in SoBro. The space, located at 511 Eighth Ave. S., will house Razor & Tie’s music publishing division. The new location will serve as a “hub” for artists, songwriters, and producers to collaborate, and includes recording studios, writer and listening rooms, rehearsal space, and a performance area.

Razor & Tie co-owners Cliff Chenfeld and Craig Balsam explain, “We are excited to develop a new space in a hot new area of Nashville where we can continue to provide our writers and artists with the right “vibes” to create great music.”

Chris Parham (mayor’s office) , Craig Balsam (Co-Owner Razor & Tie), Mayor Karl Dean, and Cliff Chenfeld (Co-Owner Razor & Tie) celebrate the grand opening of Razor & Tie’s new building in Nashville, Tenn.

Chris Parham (mayor’s office) , Craig Balsam (Co-Owner Razor & Tie), Mayor Karl Dean, and Cliff Chenfeld (Co-Owner Razor & Tie) celebrate the grand opening of Razor & Tie’s new building in Nashville, Tenn.

 

SOLID Raises Over $25,000 To Support Big Brothers Big Sisters

SOLID (Society of Leaders in Development) recently hosted the fifth annual Music Row Madness in support of Big Brothers Big Sisters Bowl For Kids’ Sake at AMF Pla Mor Lanes. The organization landed on raising a final amount of $25,358, totaling more than $120,000 in contributions during the five-year partnership. Over 20 teams were represented with sponsorships from Fifth Third Bank, Creative Artist Agency, Steven Durr Designs, Events by Janie, Jewell Roofing, Marbaloo and Clearbox Rights. There were more than 100 participants with prizes awarded throughout the evening with the Top Team Fundraiser being CAA’s I Can’t Believe It’s Not Gutter.

Emma Tur of Warner Music Group and Basak Kizilisik of Morris Higham Management planned this year’s event. “Music Row Madness 2015 was such a huge success,” says Tur. “Individuals that work in Nashville’s music industry came together for a night of fun that resulted in raising over $25,000. Giving back to Nashville’s community is a foundational part of our organization, and we couldn’t be happier about the outcome. We look forward to partnering for years to come!”

SOLID celebrates during its Music Row Madness event.

SOLID celebrates its Music Row Madness event.

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