On The Cover: MusicRow Magazine’s 31st Annual ‘InCharge’ Issue
Now in its 31st year, MusicRow Magazine’s annual InCharge guide serves as the definitive collection of industry gatekeepers and key decision-making professionals within the Nashville entertainment community. Each of the 399 profiles includes updated contact information, career biography, and detailed board and organizational membership affiliations.
Three easily accessed appendices act as quick references to the 112-page industry resource. A company appendix lists individuals by their place of business. A label staff appendix corrals complete staff and artist rosters for Nashville record labels. The professional categories appendix lists professionals by their area of expertise, including publishing, legal, finance, label, etc.
“InCharge debuted in 1987 and continues today, stronger than ever, spotlighting top-tier gatekeepers,” said MusicRow Publisher/Owner Sherod Robertson. “This publication proves each year to be the most indispensable resource for industry members, with each person in the directory representing many others who serve vital roles of supporting and growing our business.”
RCA Nashville artist Kane Brown graces the InCharge cover this year. He broke a record for being the first artist to be No. 1 on Billboard’s five main country charts simultaneously, and his single “What Ifs” featuring Lauren Alaina is currently the most-streamed country song of 2018.
Single copies of InCharge are available for purchase online (www.musicrow.com) for $110, and are included with yearly subscriptions at no additional cost.
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