Nick Di Fruscia To Join RMusic

Nick Di Fruscia will soon exit his role as VP/Awards & Membership of the Academy of Country Music on July 16 and has taken a position as the Development Executive for RMusic, a company that has created an iOS app that enables music creators to collaborate.

Di Fruscia previously spent nine years with the Grammy Awards as Director of Awards and two years as Director of Music Licensing at MySpace. With this move to RMusic, he will continue to pursue his love for music creation by transitioning to the creative and content side of the business.

“My time at the Academy has been tremendous and I look forward to seeing its future unfold,” said Di Fruscia. “I’ve had an exceptional breadth of experience over my two decade career in music and that will serve me well in my next professional chapter.”

“Nick is one of the most brilliant and well-liked people in the music industry and we can’t imagine a better person to help us further develop this concept of bringing songwriters and producers closer together through technology,” said Peter Stengaard, founder of RMusic. “His experience as both a top notch creative and an awesome executive business leader makes him an obvious choice for RMusic.”

RMusic has created an iOS app that enables a music creator to record melody ideas, write lyrics immediately over an instrumental track or beat, and with one click, share takes and lyrics back to a collaborator. RMusic lets creators share ideas back and forth and keeps track of songs previously worked on.

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