Dennis Reese has been appointed to Senior Vice President, Promotion, RCA Nashville. Reese will begin his new role on April 1.
Reporting directly to Sony Music Nashville’s Exec. VP, Promotion & Artist Development Steve Hodges, Reese will be responsible for the development, implementation and supervision of the strategic and tactical radio promotional plans for artists on the RCA Nashville roster which includes Kane Brown, Ryan Hurd, Miranda Lambert, Old Dominion, Jake Owen, Dolly Parton and Chris Young.
Hodges says, “Dennis has a rock solid reputation in the industry, excellent relationships with many of our key partners and a real passion for our format and roster. I am elated to have him lead the RCA Nashville team in this exciting and ever-evolving world.”
Reese says, “This is a dream come true for me. It is such an honor to be a part of RCA Nashville and the Sony Music Nashville family, and, I can’t thank Steve and Randy Goodman enough for inviting me to join their team.”
Reese was Senior Vice President, Promotion, Epic Records most recently. Prior to this, he held the position of Senior Vice President, Promotion, Capitol Records for 11 years, and was also Senior Vice President of Promotion at Elektra Records and Columbia Records. Reese began his career in radio, and programmed stations in Miami, Orlando and Charlotte.
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