Warner Music Nashville has added Emilee Warner as Sr. Director, Artist Development. In her new role, Warner will report to SVP Artist Development Shane Tarleton, supporting the WMN roster in marketing and creative initiatives.
“I’m thrilled to add Emilee to our Artist Development team!” said Tarleton. “Her broad experience of marketing and passion for music make her the perfect fit.”
Warner brings more than 10 years of music industry experience to the label, most recently overseeing the Cracker Barrel Old Country Store Music program where she launched programs with artists that include Brett Eldredge, Kelly Clarkson and Chris Young, as well as partnerships with the Country Music Association and Pandora. Prior to Cracker Barrel, Warner was the Director of Marketing at Nashville’s premier music venue City Winery, spearheading promotion of the venue’s live music, winemaking, private events and food & beverage programs.
“I am incredibly proud to join Warner Music Nashville,” shared Warner. “The artists and the team are some of the most talented individuals in the business, and I feel fortunate to be part of big things to come.”
Warner also serves as the Membership Lead for the Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum’s Troubadour Society as well as the Advisory Board for the annual Louisa Nelson Award, which honors female leaders in the community hosted by Nelson’s Green Brier Distillery.
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