Industry Pics: Onsite Foundation, UTA Nashville, Lee Ann Womack

Brian O’Connell Honored During Onsite Foundation’s INSPIRE Event

PIctured (L-R): Big Kenny of Big & Rich, Onsite Foundation CEO Miles Adcox, Live Nation’s Brian O’Connell, Hayley Hubbard, Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard, Former Blackhawks Player Adam Burish

The Onsite Foundation celebrated their annual INSPIRE event on Oct. 23, with a special evening honoring Live Nation’s Brian O’Connell with their Inspiration Award. The night recognized O’Connell and his team’s ongoing commitment to helping the victims and families of the Oct. 1 tragedy in Las Vegas. At an intimate event at Nashville’s Marathon Music Works, sincere speeches were given by guests from the country music community including Maren Morris, Tyler and Hayley Hubbard, Big & Rich, Rory Feek, Onsite’s CEO Miles Adcox and more. The evening also saw performances by Jason Aldean and Big & Rich paying tribute to the work and commitment to music demonstrated by O’Connell and The Onsite Foundation.


UTA Nashville Partners With Habitat For Humanity

On Oct. 20, a team of employees at UTA’s Nashville office partnered with Habitat for Humanity to help construct a brand new home – painting the exterior, installing floorboards and trim, and installing and leveling all interior doors. UTA has been volunteering with Habitat for Humanity since 2004. Most recently in May, UTA sent a team of agent volunteers to Houston to help build affordable housing after last year’s devastating Hurricane as well as sent a group from the Los Angeles office to participate in a build in Long Beach, California.

Participants included UTA’s Global Head of Philanthropy & Partner, Rene Jones, Music Leadership Agent Nick Meinema, Music Agent Lance Roberts, UTA client Terri Clark, artists Kelly Prescott and Chad Murphy, Music Brand Partnerships Agent Sara Schoch, Digital Strategy Agent Nick Barnes, among a total of 22 UTA volunteers and friends.


Lee Ann Womack Performs At Grammy Museum’s Clive Davis Theater

Lee Ann Womack with Grammy Museum’s Scott Goldman. Courtesy of the Recording Academy. Photo by Rebecca Sapp, Getty Images © 2018

Lee Ann Womack performed an intimate show at Los Angeles’ Grammy Museum’s Clive Davis Theater on Oct. 18. Womack and band member Ethan Ballinger performed “Mama Lost Her Smile, “All The Trouble” and more from her latest critically acclaimed album The Lonely, The Lonesome & The Gone (ATO Records). The performance was preceded by a discussion with Grammy Museum’s Executive Director Scott Goldman.


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