Sony Music Nashville has announced the promotion of Margaret Tomlin to Vice President, A&R, Sony Music Nashville. Tomlin will report directly to Senior Vice President, A&R, Taylor Lindsey.
Tomlin has been with the label for six years, and previously held the positions of Representative, Manager and Director for the label group’s A&R Department. She has been directly involved with development of artists such as Tenille Townes, Adam Doleac, Andrew Jannakos, Kameron Marlowe, Willie Jones, Miranda Lambert, Kane Brown and Chris Young, among others.
She graduated from Syracuse University’s Bandier Program and moved to Nashville in 2013. Her first job in the music industry was Catalog Assistant at BMG Nashville.
“Margaret has been an important pillar of our department since she started in 2015. She’s been instrumental in the development and breaking of so many artists at Sony Music Nashville. Her song sensibilities and passion for artists have been integral contributions to our success. There is no one more deserving of her new stripes,” Lindsey says.
Tomlin adds, “Since joining Sony Music Nashville, I have been inspired by our extraordinary roster of artists and our innovative, collaborative team. I have immense gratitude for Jim Catino and Taylor Lindsey for their leadership, guidance, and confidence. I am thrilled to take on this new role and continue to work alongside our incredible A&R department.”
Congratulate Tomlin at [email protected].
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