MusicRow proudly unveils its 2016 flagship print directory, InCharge.
The 96-page resource serves as the definitive collection of key industry gatekeepers and decision-making professionals within the Nashville entertainment community. Each of the 410 entries represent many others who serve vital roles in supporting the entertainment industry, from legal to record label, publisher to publicity, banking to insurance, and many more.
Since originating with MusicRow in 1987, the annual InCharge issue comes complete with detailed career biographies, contact information, and board and professional organization affiliations.
“With each issue of InCharge, MusicRow shines the spotlight on Nashville’s music industry decision makers,” said Owner/Publisher Sherod Robertson. “Often referred to as Nashville’s music industry ‘bible,’ this publication proves each year to be the single most indispensable resource for industry members, with each person in the directory representing many others who serve vital roles of supporting and growing our music economy.”
Three quick-reference appendices conclude the issue, including a label staff appendix that lists rosters as well as names and positions of staffers. The two other appendices categorize entrants by company affiliations and business categories. Also exclusive to InCharge is an editorial piece by Robertson about exploring the power of influence.
Atlantic Records/Warner Music Nashville breakout artist Brett Eldredge lands his first MusicRow cover with this 2016 InCharge directory. The 2014 CMA New Artist of the Year co-wrote and co-produced all 12 songs on his sophomore album Illinois, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Country Albums Chart and No. 3 on the Billboard 200. After wrapping his first headline tour, CMT on Tour: Brett Eldredge & Thomas Rhett – Suits & Boots, Eldredge will spend the summer on the road touring with Keith Urban for his RipCORD World Tour 2016.
InCharge is not available digitally. However a searchable database is available for MusicRow subscribed members at MusicRow.com. Single copies of InCharge are available for purchase at musicrow.com for $89, and included with yearly subscriptions at no additional cost.
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