BMI to Host Top Film, TV, Ad Execs At ‘Sync THIS’ Event

BMI sync thisBMI will introduce six top executives from the worlds of TV, film, and advertising to Nashville in a unique way in August when it hosts Sync THIS! Aug. 11-12. The invitation-only event will provide a creative setting for artists and tastemakers from the Nashville community to foster relationships with music supervisors at the top of their fields and will feature an informative panel, special performances, and private dinners at two new Music City restaurants.

“I’m so excited for this opportunity to bring music supervisors together with talented BMI performers,” said Penny Gattis, Associate Director, Writer/Publisher Relations. “We’re not only showing off the top songwriting talent in Nashville, but also the culinary talent, proving why Nashville is a top destination for all things creative.”

On the first night, East Nashville will be featured with a dinner at POP, hosted by house chef Daniel Herget and restaurateur/chef Sarah Gavigan. A performance by The Muddy Magnolias, DeRobert & The Half-Truths, and Tony Joe White will follow at the Basement East, and Keith Gattis and Friends will cap off the night at an after-party showing off Nashville’s top musicians late into the evening.

The second evening will highlight West Nashville with a dinner at Chauhan Ale House, the new Indian fusion restaurant from Chef Maneet Chauhan. Following the meal, music for the evening will be provided by NF, Lees of Memory and Future Unlimited at the High Watt.

Sync THIS! is being presented by BMI, City National Bank, Downtown Music Publishing, Warner Chappell Production Music and Capitol CMG to create new opportunities for sync revenue for local songwriters and music publishers.

 

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