Nashville-based Music Finance Startup, Music Benefactors, Hires Two
Nashville-based music finance startup Music Benefactors has hired two new staffers. Ronnie Thomas joins the company as Senior Director of Artist and Label Relations, and Kevin Smart has been named Director of Client Relations. Thomas is a 30-year music industry veteran who worked for Mercury Records and in numerous industry roles in promotion, engineering, producing, artist management and A&R. He comes to Music Benefactors from Sun and Sky Entertainment, where he was Managing Director of A&R. Smart joins Music Benefactors after spending seven years as the Musical Director and Marketing Specialist for Sony artist Jake Miller. In addition to being a touring musician, he assisted Warner Records with creating, managing and analyzing digital marketing campaigns.
Max Flinn Extends Publishing Deal With Three Hounds Music
Max Flinn has extended his publishing agreement with Three Hounds Music. Flinn has opened for artists like Robert Earl Keen, and his new single will be released in January, followed by the release of his EP, Meant to Be. Houston native Flinn has teamed up with producer/songwriter/musician, Bobby Terry on the new album, which is set for release in early 2021.
“Max is a dynamic performer and a prolific songwriter. I am excited to continue to nurture that talent,” Three Hounds Music founder Tom Harrison said.
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