AIMP Discusses A&R During Nashville Panel

From left: Brad Peterson (Regions Bank); Chris Van Belkom (Combustion Music); John Ozier (AIMP Nashville Executive Director, ole); Tim Hunze (Parallel Music); Cris Lacy (SVP, A&R at Warner Music Nashville); Stephanie Wright (VP, A&R at Universal Music Group Nashville); Taylor Lindsey (VP, A&R at Sony Music Nashville); Ree Guyer (Wrensong), Dale Bobo (Big Deal Music), Michael Martin (ASCAP), and John Barker (ClearBox Rights).

The Association of Independent Music Publishers Nashville welcomed a trio of top A&R execs for a discussion on the strategies and challenges in the current artist development landscape and today’s A&R process.

The event, held at ASCAP’s Nashville offices, included comments from Cris Lacy (Warner), Taylor Lindsey (Sony), and Stephanie Wright (Universal). The event was moderated by AIMP Board member Tim Hunze.



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