Daniel Lee Promoted To VP, Creative At BMG Nashville

Daniel Lee

BMG has elevated Daniel Lee to VP Creative, BMG Nashville. Overseeing a roster of domestic and international hit songwriters, Lee will continue to report to Kos Weaver, EVP BMG Nashville.

Involved in music publishing since relocating to Nashville in 2005, Lee joined BMG in early 2012. His focus will continue to be on acquiring and developing talent, along with creating opportunities in the marketplace for BMG songwriters including Hillary Lindsey, busbee, Brett Beavers, Jim McCormick, Dave Barnes, and Jonny Price, as well as signed artists Clare Dunn and Carly Pearce.

During his tenure at BMG, Lee’s roster of writers and producers have been nominated for five Grammy Awards, 10 ACM Awards, and 10 CMA Awards. In addition, his BMG songwriters have accumulated over a dozen No. 1 singles, securing a number of high profile song placements and singles with artists ranging from Lady Gaga, P!nk, and Hailee Steinfeld to Keith Urban, Maren Morris, Carrie Underwood, and Thomas Rhett.

Weaver commented, “Daniel is one of the most effective music executives I have ever had the pleasure to work with. His gift of nurturing the talent of songwriters and songwriter artists has yielded an impressive string of successes that have meant a great deal to our overall accomplishments. This promotion is well-deserved.”


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