Warner Music Nashville has announced the addition of Jen Danielson and Jamie Graves to its streaming team, led by Sr. VP Tim Foisset. They will start on Monday, April 11.
Danielson joins WMN from Pandora, where she served as the head of country music programming for three years. Prior to her time at Pandora, she spent more than 10 years in music programming and artist relations at CMT. As Sr. Director, Streaming, Danielson will work with Pandora and Amazon Music.
“I am thrilled at the opportunity to work with so many people that I admire in this business, along with artists who top my personal playlists,” Danielson says. “During my time at Pandora, I saw firsthand that the Warner streaming team is committed to being great partners. While it is bittersweet to leave the tight-knit trio of Beville Dunkerley, Alina Thompson and myself, I’m excited to continue to work with them in a different capacity and to expand my relationships with all DSPs.”
Graves began his career at Universal Music Group in 2013. His seven years included a stop at Capitol Christian Music Group and spanned radio promotions, commercial partnerships and digital marketing. He most recently led the streaming and digital marketing efforts at Monument Records. As Director, Streaming, Graves will work with Spotify and Apple Music.
“I’m beyond excited to start this new journey with the Warner Nashville family,” Graves shares. “I’ve been a big fan of how Warner continues to innovate and their ability to sign truly incredible artists. Thank you to Tim for the opportunity to join such an amazing team.”
“Jen and Jamie are two of the most well-respected people within the Nashville streaming community,” adds Foisset. “They bring our team high-level experience and fresh perspective. I am confident that they have the tools to further elevate our relationships and find innovative ways for us to amplify Warner Music Nashville artists.”
Additionally, WMN confirmed that three-year team member Jenni Tay will exit the company for a new opportunity in mid-April.