Industry Ink: NSAI Documentary, Entrepreneur Center, Tony Wood

Luke Bryan To Appear in NSAI Documentary

Luke Bryan recently visited the Nashville Songwriters Association (NSAI) to appear in a documentary to be released in 2017. While there he congratulated some of Nashville’s top songwriters who were attending an awards breakfast and legislative briefing.


(L-R): Casey Summar, NSAI President Lee Thomas Miller, Trent Summar, Cole Taylor, Corey Crowder, Luke Bryan, Jason Duke, Jim Beavers, Melissa Peirce, Frank Rogers, Brett Beavers and NSAI Executive Director Bart Herbison.


Leadership Change at Entrepreneur Center

Sam Lingo

Sam Lingo

Sam Lingo is leaving his post as President and COO of the Nashville Entrepreneur Center effective Dec. 31. He has spent nearly seven years with the business incubator which has strong ties to Nashville’s tech and music communities. He will move into an advisory role in 2017. According to reports, it is unlikely his positions will be filled.




Tony Wood Wraps Year With Seven Christmas Cuts

Word Publishing’s Tony Wood is putting a bow on 2016 with seven cuts on new Christmas albums by Stars Go Dim, We Are Messengers, Travis Ryan, Selah, Austin & Lindsey Adamec and Alisa Turner.

Wood is celebrating his 25th year as a professional songwriter. He is a multiple Dove Award Winner with 29 No. 1s in his repertoire.

L to R- Word Publishing Staff and Tony Wood: Trevor Mathiesen, Jonathan Mason, Joel Timen, Tony Wood, Janine Appleton, Josh Bailey

(L-R): Word Publishing’s Trevor Mathiesen, Jonathan Mason, Joel Timen, Tony Wood, Janine Appleton, Josh Bailey


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