Independent Digital Distributor Syntax Creative Moving Headquarters To Nashville

Independent digital distributor Syntax Creative is moving its headquarters from San Diego, California to Nashville, Tennessee.

Syntax represents nearly than 60,000 songs from more than 130 record labels, including Crossroads Label Group, Central South, Elevation Church, Mountain Fever, Pinecastle Records, Frontline Records, Vineyard Worship, Influencers Church, Woodlands Church, Saddleback Church, Great Comfort Records, Grrr Records, Humble Beast, Illect Recordings, Rapzilla, Gateway Assembly, Chrematizo Label Group, Darkchild Gospel, Secret Stash Records, Shake It Records, and BEMA Media among others.

“After 20 years of hearing people say, ‘That’s my favorite city,’ when they found out where I’m from, I finally get to move to my favorite city,” Syntax CEO Timothy Trudeau said. “It’s time to think less about the weather and more about what would be best for our clients and our respective families.”

Since 2001, Trudeau has been traveling to Nashville for business as a lion’s share of Syntax’s clients are Nashville-based and digital service partners Google, Apple and YouTube also have offices in Nashville.

“We’ve had years of deep relationships with people that we only meet once in a while,” said Syntax VP of Operations Brandon Musser, who has been with Syntax since its inception. “I’m looking forward to having closer proximity, and the ability to meet more often. And on a personal note, it’ll be nice not to have to water my lawn!”

To learn more, visit: syntaxcreative.com.

Comments

Powered by Facebook Comments

Follow MusicRow on Twitter

Category: Featured

About the Author

Eric T. Parker oversees operations and contributes editorial for MusicRow's print magazine, MusicRow.com, the RowFax tip sheet and the MusicRow CountryBreakout chart. He also facilitates annual events for the enterprise, including MusicRow Awards, CountryBreakout Awards and the Rising Women on the Row. eparker@musicrow.com | @EricTParker

View Author Profile