Tree Vibez Music Hosts Industry Showcase Series For Nashville Labels

Tree Vibez Music writers showcase new songs at FGL House. [Click photo to enlarge]

Music publishing company Tree Vibez Music, which was founded by Florida Georgia Line members Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley, spent the past week hosting invite-only creative summits for Nashville’s elite record companies, showcasing the next generation of work from TVM’s talent roster of tunesmiths. Tree Vibez Music’s full roster includes songwriters Corey Crowder, James McNair, Cameron Montgomery, RaeLynn, Daniel Ross and Jordan Schmidt.

For the second year in a row, major labels and their related publishing arms were invited to sample the freshest songs from their team – as well as the freshest food-and-cocktail creations from Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley’s downtown Nashville entertainment destination, FGL HOUSE.

BBR Music Group/BMG helped kick off three days of music on Monday (March 12), with Sony Music Nashville joining in on Tuesday (March 13), and Big Machine Label Group wrapping things up on Wednesday (March 14).

 

BBR Music Group/BMG. [Click photo to enlarge]

Sony Music Nashville. [Click photo to enlarge]

Big Machine Label Group. [Click photo to enlarge]

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