Sony Music Nashville Learns Label History At CMHoF

Sony Music Nashville staff at the Country Music Hall of Fame with Museum Editor Peter Cooper. Photo: Alan Poizner

Sony Music Nashville staff at the Country Music Hall of Fame with Museum Editor Peter Cooper. Photo: Alan Poizner

Sony Music Nashville staff visited the Country Music Hall of Fame on Wednesday (July 20) to learn about the history of the three labels that now comprise present-day Sony Music Nashville.

The presentation was lead by Museum Editor Peter Cooper, who traced the history of Arista, Columbia and RCA Nashville for the group, including promo teams for each of the three labels. He also discussed the artist breakthroughs of the past 12 months.

The event took place nearly a year to the day after Randy Goodman, then the newly-announced Chairman & CEO of Sony Music Nashville, surprised the staff by bussing everyone to the Hall of Fame for a gathering to discuss creating a new Sony Music Nashville storyline.

In addition to Cooper’s presentation, the staff was treated to a dinner and drinks in the Hall of Fame rotunda.

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