A 24/7 collaborative music space, H.O.M.E. (Helping Our Music Evolve), has opened in Nashville and announced some staff additions. The member-benefit 501(c)6 non-profit organization located in Center 615 in East Nashville offers music businesses, producers, engineers, artists/bands, musicians, and songwriters a professional co-working environment. HOME HQ also features a cutting-edge production facility capable of live streaming and housing multiple rooms suitable for recording, writing, rehearsal, and/or events.
Artist, songwriter and entrepreneur Logan Crowell created and built the new co-working community, which is also committed to providing educational and networking opportunities for the music community through weekly workshops, mentoring sessions, and social events. Crowell, along with developer Corey Sery, built an online networking portal which makes it easier for members to discover and collaborate with each other, with music business professionals, and with new fans.
“I couldn’t be more excited to open H.O.M.E. and spearhead Nashville’s first and only 24/7 collaborative music space,” says founder Crowell. “Our mission is built on providing a supportive community for artist development and music production in an affordable yet technologically advanced facility.”
In August 2017, Crowell joined forces with HOME Technical Advisor, Anthony Falcone, to build the facility and design the systems it uses. Falcone recently moved to Nashville from Los Angeles where he earned accolades as a producer and mixing engineer. In addition to being spearheaded by Crowell and Falcone, HOME has recently welcomed Trina Lloyd-Weidner to the team as VP of Operations.
Lloyd-Weidner comes to HOME from the Nashville Songwriters Association International where she served as the Director of Regional Chapters, managing over 130 songwriting chapters worldwide, and overseeing the daily duties of the membership team. Prior to that, she worked with BMI and Cromwell Radio Group.
“Trina’s track record of success, along with her insight and familiarity with what we do, will help HOME continue to grow within the music business community and find new ways to engage our members,” said Crowell. “She is a strong relationship builder, has valuable experience in music organizations, event management, and has a clear passion for what HOME stands for.”
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