Industry Pics: Warner/Chappell Production Music, ACM, Women Rock For The Cure

WMG and Warner/Chappell Production Music Holiday Bash

Warner Music Group and Warner/Chappell Production Music celebrated the season with a holiday bash in the New York City offices. Special guests included classic rock musician Todd Rundgren (“Hello It’s Me”).
Pictured (L-R): Ben Short, Marketing Coordinator, Warner/Chappell Production Music; Todd Rundgren; Randy Wachtler, President & CEO, Warner/Chappell Production Music; David MacMahon Mount, VP, Business Development, Warner/Chappell Production Music.

Pictured (L-R): Ben Short, Marketing Coordinator, Warner/Chappell Production Music; Todd Rundgren; Randy Wachtler, President & CEO, Warner/Chappell Production Music; David MacMahon Mount, VP, Business Development, Warner/Chappell Production Music.

ACM Welcomes Josh Abbott Band

Photo credit: Michel Bourquard/Courtesy of the Academy of Country Music

Photo credit: Michel Bourquard/Courtesy of the Academy of Country Music

The Academy of Country Music welcomed Pretty Damn Tough/Thirty Tigers recording artists the Josh Abbott Band to the office while they were in Los Angeles. The band performed songs from their current album, Front Row Seat, and signed up for professional ACM membership, as part of the Academy’s complimentary one-year membership offered to support emerging artists.

Nashville’s Black 13 Tattoo Parlor Raises $14,500 For Women Rock For The Cure

Pictured (L-R, Front Row): Black 13’s Doy Gardner, Josh Woods and WRFTC Board Members Liz Lee Schullo and Rebekah Lee Beard Middle row – Black 13’s Lauren Bing, Lauren Napier, Amanda Leadman, Steve Martin, and Jay Quarles. (Back Row): Black 13’s Jon Ragoe, Kirk George, Steve Pearson, Ryan Thomas and Marty McEwen. Photo: Sarah Lee Photography

Pictured (L-R, Front Row): Black 13’s Doy Gardner, Josh Woods and WRFTC Board Members Liz Lee Schullo and Rebekah Lee Beard. (Middle Row): Black 13’s Lauren Bing, Lauren Napier, Amanda Leadman, Steve Martin, and Jay Quarles. (Back Row): Black 13’s Jon Ragoe, Kirk George, Steve Pearson, Ryan Thomas and Marty McEwen. Photo: Sarah Lee Photography

Black 13 Tattoo Parlor inked pink with their third annual event held in October, raising $14,500 to support Nashville’s own Women Rock For The Cure (WRFTC). On Tuesday (Dec. 15), the tattoo parlor staff presented a check to Women Rock For The Cure to help fund the organization’s outreach initiatives, including the annual Young Survivors Retreat, which helps to connect and support young women diagnosed with breast cancer.

Black 13’s annual family friendly live event is based around the arts to support those living with cancer. The day-long event featured the shop’s talented artists tattooing pre-designed art with 100% percent of the proceeds donated to Women Rock For The Cure. This year the festivities also included music performances by Kyle Andrews, Mr. Steve The Music Man, Elise Davis, Jace Everett, Kylie Rothfield, Caroline Spence and Josh Farrow as well as local goods from Hail Dark Aesthetics, Wild Earth Apothecary, Paisley Red, Music City Glass Works, DonutloverrVintage, Oh Just Dandy and Polar Opposite Vintage. Black 13 has raised over $39,500 for local charities in the past three years.

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