Clare Bowen Of ‘Nashville’ Joins ASCAP

Pictured (L-R): ASCAP's Kele Currier and Michael Martin, Brandon Robert Young, Clare Bowen, ASCAP's Mike Sistad and Beth Brinker, and ROAR's Caitlin Stone

Pictured (L-R): Back row: ASCAP’s Michael Martin and Mike Sistad. Front row: ASCAP’s Kele Currier, Brandon Robert Young, Clare Bowen, ASCAP’s Beth Brinker, ROAR’s Caitlin Stone

Clare Bowen, an artist and songwriter who plays Scarlett O’Connor on the series Nashville, has signed with ASCAP for representation.

She stopped by the ASCAP offices on Music Row with her fiancé, songwriter Brandon Robert Young, to join the performance rights organization as a songwriter member. Bowen is currently in the studio, writing and recording with an A-list Nashville producer for her debut solo album.

On joining ASCAP, she said, “I’m so happy to be a part of the ASCAP family. I’ve been singing as Scarlett O’Connor for the past four years, so to be embarking on the journey of creating my debut album, and recording songs I’ve penned for the first time ever, I’m very grateful to have the good people of ASCAP looking out for me as an artist and a writer. Their effort toward ensuring songwriters are protected is both admirable and comforting. And they’re a pretty good hang too.”

Comments

Powered by Facebook Comments

Follow MusicRow on Twitter

Category: Featured, Organizations

About the Author

Craig Shelburne is the General Manager at MusicRow.

View Author Profile