busbee Celebrates Altadena Launch With Nashville Bash

(L-R): Alison Junker; Bethany Mako; Daniel Lee; busbee; BJ Hill; Katie Jelen; Noreen Prunier

Producer and songwriter busbee celebrated the launch of his new company, Altadena, Sunday night (Feb. 24) at The Cordelle in Nashville with a crowd of music industry friends, including top brass from partner companies Warner Music Nashville, Warner/Chappell Publishing, and Red Light Management.

A growing force in the launching and development of careers of artists, producers, and songwriters in a variety of genres, Altadena has offices in Los Angeles and Nashville. The company’s staff includes GM and VP of Creative Daniel Lee, Nashville Creative Director Noreen Prunier, and LA Creative Director Kelly Benini.

The opening included catered barbeque from Nashville’s Peg Leg Porker and a performance from attendees of Nashville’s W.O. Smith Music School, one of three local non-profits highlighted by busbee during the evening’s festivities. In addition to the W.O. Smith school, special attention was given to Porter’s Call, a Nashville organization that provides gratis counseling services to members of the arts industry, as well as Corner to Corner, a local organization that invests directly in underestimated entrepreneurs in an effort to foster the creation and growth of small businesses in Nashville’s most economically-challenged communities.

Pictured (L-R): busbee, Warner Music Nashville CEO John Esposito


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