Arista Nashville artist Cam, CMA Board member Virginia Davis, and Borman Entertainment’s Cameo Carlson were featured speakers during the third CMA EDU Executive summit, held Monday, July 18 and Tuesday, July 19 in Nashville.
During her panel Tuesday, Cam was joined by staff from Sony Music Nashville and Creative Artists Agency, who represent the singer/songwriter, to enlighten students about the realities of developing and growing an artist’s career. Her touring musicians also participated, addressing the creative process and how students can pursue an artistic career. Cam also performed two acoustic songs for the group.
Davis welcomed staffers from her company G-Major Management on Monday to discuss careers in artist management and building her own business. Davis and G-Major manages the careers of Thomas Rhett, Danielle Bradbery, and Jewel.
Carlson, who is head of Borman Entertainment’s digital business development, gave insight into how the technology and music industries work together, as well as her personal career path, during her presentation Tuesday.
The CMA EDU Executive Summit welcomes the executive teams of CMA EDU chapters for workshops and industry insight panels. The program is active at 24 universities across the country.
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