Bradley Collins, Exec. Director, Creative at BMI’s Nashville office, will exit his role this week.
Collins began at BMI 16 years ago, where he rose through the ranks of the performing rights organization and signed artists such as Brett Eldredge, Randy Houser, Jamey Johnson, Chris Young, Anderson East, Aubrie Sellers, songwriter Tommy Cecil, Jon Pardi, Luke Combs, Kane Brown and others. His responsibilities also include organizing BMI’s popular No. 1 parties and overseeing showcases and events including Buzz at the Basement. He has also been involved with planning BMI’s participation in CMA Fest, SXSW, Tin Pan South and more.
“Bradley Collins’ contribution to BMI over the past 16 years has been pivotal to our success in Nashville,” says Jody Williams, VP, Creative, Nashville. “It’s been a pleasure to work alongside him. He has a tremendous ear for recognizing new talent and we wish him much success in the next phase of his career.”
“When I began my career at BMI nearly 16 years ago, I had no idea that I would meet so many incredible people and be given so many amazing opportunities,” Collins says. “Over the last decade and a half I have had the pleasure of playing a small part of the careers of some of the most amazing and talented songwriters, and I’ve also been tremendously blessed to come to know some of the greatest people in the industry. My next career endeavor will allow me to not only identify new talent but also spend time developing it.”
Collins’ last day at BMI is Thursday (July 12). Collins can then be reached at [email protected].
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