Sara Knabe has been promoted to VP of Creative, BMG Nashville.
Since joining the company in 2011, she has been on a steady ascent in the Nashville music community, working with an impressive list of songwriters and artists including Gordie Sampson, Tony Lane, Wynn Varble, Jay DeMarcus, Lucie Silvas, Ruston Kelly, James LeBlanc and many others.
Knabe and the team in Nashville have secured an abundance of placements for BMG writers, including Florida Georgia Line’s “H.O.L.Y.,” and cuts by Tim McGraw, Lady Antebellum and Rascal Flatts.
“BMG has been on an incredible run with Sara contributing to a great deal of the company’s success,” said Kos Weaver, head of BMG Nashville. “She is recognized as one of the best song people in Nashville and has proved it by securing huge hits for us.”
“The last five years with BMG have been an incredible learning experience,” said Knabe. “Everyone should have the opportunity to have a boss like Kos Weaver. His leadership allows all of us to be creative, explore our interests and get our hands dirty in so many facets of the industry. I feel 100 percent supported and that’s a great feeling. I’m excited about this new position and the opportunity to continue to work with our songwriters and a creative team that feels like family.”