In Pictures: SOLID, SOURCE, RaeLynn

SOLID Helps Big Brothers Big Sisters of Middle Tennessee

Back row, left to right: SOLID board members Lindsey Hughes (Chair, Communications), Nathan Pyle (VP), Bailey Lathem (Co-Chair, Community Outreach), Avery King (Co-Chair, Communications), Collin Trudan (Chair, Community Outreach), Elise Anderson (Secretary), Grayson Flatness (Co-Chair, Music Market), Pete Stormer (Chair, University Outreach), Ammie Sorter (Co-Chair, University Outreach); Front row, left to right: SOLID board members Max Weibrecht (Co-Chair, Social), Rachel Glidden (Chair, Social), Amanda Remo (Treasurer), Erin Pettit (Chair, Music Market) and Johnny Cloherty (President). Download.

The Society of Leaders In Development (SOLID) raised more than $52,000 for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Middle Tennessee (BBBSMT) at their annual Music Row Madness event held at Topgolf. The fundraiser broke records for both organizations: the event, previously known as the annual Bowling for Kids’ Sake bowling event, pulled in more money then any single BBBSMT bowling event in history and became SOLID’s most successful fundraiser in its 20+ years.

 

 

Erin Crawford At SOURCE

Pictured (L-R): Source President, City National Bank’s, Mandy Gallagher; Music Business Association’s, Jamie Litt, SVP, Entertainment & GM, Music, Nielsen, Erin Crawford; Source Vice President, Iconic Entertainment Group’s Alicia Lanier Jones.

Music Business Association’s Nashville Community Relations Rep., Jamie Litt, and Erin Crawford, SVP, Entertainment & GM, Music – Nielsen, were the guest speakers at the Monthly SOURCE luncheon held at ASCAP in Nashville Thursday April 26, 2018.

 

RaeLynn Visits WME

Pictured (L-R): Kerry Hansen (co-Manager, Big Enterprises), Risha Rodgers (Partner, WME), Sloane Logue (Agent, WME), Michelle Kirk (Agent, WME), Becky Gardenhire (Partner, WME), RaeLynn, Morgan Kenney (Agent, WME), Carrie Murphy (Agent, WME), Jenn Witherell (co-Manager, Big Enterprises), Brandi Brammer (Agent, WME)

RAELYNN visited her agency home WME  for a spirited performance of new music, including her new empowerment anthem, “Queens Don’t,” which exclusively premiered on SiriusXM’s The Highway last month. The breakout performer previewed new tracks atop The Steps at WME, thanking them for their five plus years of partnership and the role they played in many accolades such as her headline RAvE tour, ACM New Female Vocalist of the Year nomination and more than 230 million cumulative on-demand career streams.

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