APA concerts agent Travis Wolfe has been promoted to Vice President, it was announced today by Steve Lassiter, Partner and Head of Concerts at APA Nashville.
“Travis has done a tremendous job since first joining our team and I’m very proud to reward his hard work and dedication with this well-deserved promotion,” Lassiter said.
Wolfe, who oversees APA’s music and comedy rosters for corporate and special events, joined APA in 2013 from Paradigm. In 2012, he was named Emerging Talent Agent of the Year by the International Entertainment Buyers Association (IEBA). He began his career working in artist management for country artist Neal McCoy.
Wolfe is also the responsible agent for the groups Sister Hazel, Royal Machines, Quixotic, and Keith Anderson, among others.
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