Industry Ink: APA Nashville, Station West, Academy Of Country Music

APA Nashville Promotes Brooke Ivey To Agent Role

APA has promoted Brooke Ivey to agent in the Nashville office, it was announced today by Steve Lassiter, Partner and Head of Concerts at APA Nashville. In her new role, Ivey will service the entire APA roster for corporate, special and private events, as well as nontraditional ticketed shows.

Ivey joined APA in 2015, and previously worked as a coordinator at BMI’s Writer Publisher Relations Department.

 

Station West Names New Creative Manager

Samantha Gutman

Samantha Gutman has been named as Creative Manager at Station West. In this role, Gutman will serve as the executive assistant to owner Luke Wooten, oversee Station West productions and bookings, and assist Creative Director Nicole Kasper with Warehouse West Entertainment artists Jordan Brooker, Willie Shaw and Alana Springsteen.

Previously, Gutman was an assistant at United Talent Agency, and is a graduate of the University of Florida.

 

Jordan Davis Visits Academy of Country Music

Pictured (L-R): Pete Fisher, ACM CEO; Jordan Davis; Bridget Cirone, ACM Assistant, Creative & Content/Marketing; Zach Sutton, Red Light Management. Photo: Michel Bourquard/Courtesy of the Academy of Country Music

The Academy of Country Music recently welcomed MCA Nashville artist Jordan Davis to the organization’s Los Angeles office. While at the Academy, Davis performed his Top 10 current single, “Take It From Me,” and other songs from his latest album, Home State.

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