I.R.S. Nashville Closes after Two Year Run

irsnashvilleI.R.S. Nashville has closed its doors, MusicRow has confirmed. Initial signee Striking Matches in addition to Marc Scibilia and The Muddy Magnolias from the roster will be reassigned within CMG.

President John Grady is among the staffers to exit, which also include promotion VP Tom Moran, regionals Gwen Foster (West Coast), Will Robinson (East Coast), and Amber Anderson (Promotion Coordinator). Andrew Cohen previously left to launch Suit Music ManagementChris York will remain with the company through the Christian division.

Caroline, the independent services division of CMG, relaunched the historic 1979 label in October 2013. I.R.S. Nashville’s roster also included Cowboy Jack Clement and Ashley Clark. I.R.S. Nashville was responsible for working the country singles from Don Henley’s latest effort, Cass County.

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