Industry Pics: AIMP Nashville, Morris Higham Management

AIMP Fall Party, Whiskey Jam Takeover

Pictured (L-R): Colin Rushing (SoundExchange), Teri Nelson-Carpenter (Reel Muzik Werks LLC, AIMP National Chair & LA Chapter President), John Ozier (Reservoir Media, AIMP Nashville Chapter President), Ree Guyer (Wrensong, AIMP Nashville Chapter Vice President), Brad Peterson (Regions Bank), Ross Ellis (artist/songwriter and SoundExchange member), Robert Carlton (SMACKSongs), Tim Hunze (Anthem Entertainment), Courtney Crist (Mojo Music & Media), and Dale Bobo (Big Deal Music Group, AIMP Nashville Treasurer).

The AIMP Nashville Chapter held their annual AIMP Nashville Fall Party, presented by SoundExchange, Monday night (Nov. 25) at Never Never in Nashville. Event partners included St. Jude and Royalty Wealth Group.

After the party, AIMP Nashville hosted its first-ever takeover of Whiskey Jam at Winners Bar & Grill. The following writers and artists performed, all of whom are signed with an indie publisher: Brinley Addington, Adam Hambrick, Jessi Alexander, Matt McGinn, Colin Elmore, Alex Hall, Austin Jenckes, Ryan Beaver, Emily Falvey, Hayley McLean, and Emily Hackett.

 

“Morris Higham Presents at The Bluebird Cafe” Celebrates Final Evening Of Series

Pictured (L-R): Morris Higham Management’s Robert Filhart, EMI Nashville recording artist Brandon Lay, Big Machine recording artist Carly Pearce, InGrooves recording artist Brett James, singer/songwriter Johnny Dailey, Morris Higham Management’s Kyle Quigley, and ACM’s Erick Long.

“Morris Higham Presents at The Bluebird Cafe” returned on Tuesday (Nov. 19) to a sold-out house. The final show in this year’s series featured Carly Pearce, Brandon Lay, Brett James and Johnny Dailey. The event raised over $2,600 with proceeds benefitting ACM Lifting Lives.

The evening followed “Morris Higham Presents at The Bluebird Cafe” shows held in May and August, and the three-night series collectively raised over $7,000 for various industry charities including CMA Foundation, MusicCares and ACM Lifting Lives.

“We are incredibly grateful to Morris Higham and The Bluebird Cafe for creating this special evening to benefit ACM Lifting Lives,” shares Lifting Lives Executive Director Lyndsay Cruz. “Year after year, they have given back to the community in so many generous ways. By choosing Lifting Lives, they have empowered us to continue our goals to improve lives through the healing power of music.”

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