Tri Star Sports & Entertainment Group CEO Lou Taylor has sold the company’s Nashville office building located at 11 Music Circle S. She will be relocating the business management firm to a larger location. Details of the new location have not been released.
According to the Nashville Post, Robins Insurance purchased the building from Taylor.
The 12,000 square feet building was once owned by the late Country Music Hall of Fame member and talent agency owner Hubert Long. It has held Taylor’s Nashville staff since 2013.
Taylor launched Tri Star Sports & Entertainment Group 29 years ago, providing business management services to musicians, athletes, actors/actresses, writers, producers and executives. With offices in Nashville and Los Angeles, the Tri Star staff has surpassed 100 employees, 75 percent of which are female. Some of Tri Star’s clients include Florida Georgia Line, Reba McEntire, Bob DiPiero, Chase Rice, Orville Peck, A Thousand Horses, Steven Tyler, Justin Tranter, Jason Derulo, Meghan Trainor, Mary J. Blige, Travis Scott, Quantico actress Priyanka Chopra Jonas and model Taylor Hill.