Republic Nashville Adds Director of Southwest Promotion
Republic Nashville has added Lauren Longbine as Director of Southwest Promotion. She will work with the imprint’s roster of artists, including Florida Georgia Line, The Band Perry, Cassadee Pope, A Thousand Horses, and Brett Young.
“We are excited to welcome Lauren into the Ape Den at Republic,” said Vice President Promotion Matthew Hargis. “Lauren’s energy and passion for Country music are second to none. A true possibilitarian!”
Longbine added, “I am humbled for the opportunity to join the Republic Nashville family and can’t wait to live my passion for radio every day out on the road with our amazing artists.”
Longbine replaces Kristen White, who will depart in December to pursue other opportunities. Longbine, a Kansas native, will be based in Nashville. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 620-341-0573.
C2 Media Relations Hires Associate Publicist
C2 Media Relations has hired Associate Publicist Samantha Johnson. Johnson recently relocated to Nashville from Los Angeles.
Her career background includes stops at E! Entertainment and NBC International.
Johnson can be reached at email@example.com.
Nashville School of Law To Host Music Industry Networking Workshop
Nashville School of Law’s Sports and Entertainment Law Society will host a workshop on networking in the entertainment industry.
NSL SELS faculty advisor Ramona P. DeSalvo will lead the workshop, which will be held Nov. 6 from 5:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m. at Nashville School of Law, Room 400.
Light refreshments will be provided, and the workshop is free and open to the public.
Guitar Services Workshop To Be Held in Nashville
Nashville luthier John LeVan‘s Guitar Services Workshop will be held in Nashville next year, aimed at meeting the demand for qualified guitar repair specialists. The workshop will be held on Feb. 6, 2016 at the Guitar Services Workshop, located at 209 10th Ave. S., Ste. 136 in Nashville.
“We’re proud to announce the launch of Guitar Services Workshop,” says LeVan. “Our workshops are designed to help guitarists start a new career by providing hands-on training from industry experts, extensive learning materials, and the necessary tools to launch a guitar-repair business. Our goal is to change the instrument repair industry by providing comprehensive instruction for aspiring guitar technicians and luthiers.”
Registration is open for the workshop, and all skill levels are welcome. For more information about Guitar Services Workshop, contact John M. LeVan at 615-251-8884 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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