Industry Ink: ACM, Mitchell Tenpenny, Jericho Rose

Taylor Wolf Promoted To Manager At ACM Lifting Lives

Taylor Wolf has been promoted to Manager of the ACM’s charitable arm, ACM Lifting Lives. In her new role, Wolf will coordinate the annual discretionary grant cycle, oversee correspondence, and fund distribution for the ACM Lifting Lives COVID-19 Response Fund and will continue providing support for the overall functions of ACM Lifting Lives. In addition, Wolf currently serves as the Secretary of the ACM Lifting Lives Board. Wolf reports to Lyndsay Cruz, Executive Director, ACM Lifting Lives.

Originally from Brentwood, Tennessee, Wolf attended Pepperdine University where she received a bachelor’s degree of Science in Psychology. Following graduation, she returned to Nashville to work in the human resources department at Sarah Cannon, the Cancer Institute of HCA Healthcare, and later relocated back to California for a digital content opportunity. She joined the Academy of Country Music early last year working with both ACM Lifting Lives and Academy of Country Music’s Strategic Partnerships department, before transitioning to focus fully on the charitable arm in the summer.

 

Mitchell Tenpenny Holds Benefit Event For 10Penny Fund

Pictured: JT Pratt/ Red Light Management, Mitchell, Kristen Ashley/ Red Light Management, Mitchell’s manager

Mitchell Tenpenny hosted a live streaming concert and two in-person shows last Saturday (Oct. 10) to raise money for his 10Penny Fund. The events raised $23,895.47 including a $10,000 match from Sarah Cannon, the Cancer Institute of HCA Healthcare, his partner in the 10Penny Fund, and a $2,000 donation from labelmate/friend Chris Young. The day began at Noon with a live-streamed concert and wrapped with two sold-out shows at Nashville’s Listening Room with songwriting friends Andy Albert, Ernest, Meghan Patrick and Dallas Wilson.

“It felt so good to play again!” said Tenpenny. “And everyone that came out did something good for someone else. Every penny will go to help families dealing with cancer.”

 

Jericho Rose Inks With Los Banditos BMI/Pierce Sullivan Music

Seated (L-R): Preston “Shoes”Sullivan, GM-Partner, Global Eyes Entertainment LP; James Jericho and Hannah Huntley, Jericho Rose; Tommy Pierce, Partner GEE. Standing (L-R): David Preston, Senior Director BMI Nashville, Mike D’Ancona, Co-Manager The Holland Group, Billy Holland, Co-Manager/President The Holland Group

Hannah Huntley and James Jericho of Jericho Rose have signed an exclusive songwriter and co-publishing deal with Los Banditos BMI /Pierce Sullivan Music, a division of Global Eyes Entertainment, LP. The duo has been touring, writing and recording continuously since arriving in Nashville from L.A. in 2017. Jericho Rose previously released a four song EP, Rough Around The Edges (including the chart single “Johnny Cash”) along with two videos in 2018. The duo has released one single per month this year for the past 10 months via ONErpm Distribution, while gaining popularity on various streaming outlets, including the New Nashville Spotify Playlist. Their next single, titled “Fallout,” drops on Oct. 9.

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