Spotify’s Director of Artist & Songwriter Relations, Copeland Isaacson, will exit the company to launch a new management venture, MusicRow has confirmed. He has signed on to manage Big Loud Records artist Jillian Jacqueline.
Jacqueline recently released her nine-song EP, Side A, and this year, she has earned opening slots on Thomas Rhett’s Life Changes Tour and Brett Eldredge’s The Long Way Tour.
During his career, Isaacson has also spent time overseeing digital marketing for both Sony Music Nashville and Universal Music Group Nashville.
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