Can Tomatoes Sell Tickets And Beer? Meet-Up Set For Tomorrow

ChangeTheConversationCan Tomatoes Sell Tickets and Beer? This is the theme for tomorrow’s gathering of the Change the Conversation group.

Industry members are invited to join in the discussion at 3rd and Lindsley Wednesday evening (Aug. 19) at 6 p.m. Presented by WME, the panel will discuss the challenges facing women in the live music realm.

Speakers tapped for this installment include Ali Harnell, Sr. VP of AEG Live; Santo Puella, talent buyer for 3rd & Lindsley; and WME agent Abby Wells Baas.

A complimentary performance by singer-songwriter Natalie Stovall and The Drive with special guests Ruthie Collins, Nathan Chapman, Sonia Leigh, Jamie O’Neal, Brooke Eden and others will immediately follow the meeting. The performance is scheduled for 7:30 p.m.

Industry members interested in attending should RSVP here.

CMT Sr. VP of Music Strategy Leslie Fram, Rounder VP of A&R and artist manager Tracy Gershon, and MTSU Chair, Department of Recording Industry Beverly Keel came together a year ago to create and engage an open discussion about the role of women in country music, forming the Change The Conversation initiative.

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