Warner Music Nashville & Pearl-Cohn High School Team To Release ‘Guitar Sale’
Warner Music Nashville celebrated the release of Pearl-Cohn High School-affiliated artist Arielle B’s new single “Guitar Sale” last week at the Warner Music office on Music Row. The release of “Guitar Sale” is the culmination of a long-standing partnership between the record label and the entertainment magnet school, which began in 2013 under Warner Music Nashville Chairman Emeritus John Esposito. The event included key members of the metro school district and staff from both Pearl-Cohn and Warner Music Nashville, including a speech by Co-Chair & Co-President Ben Kline.
“I am so proud of Arielle B. and the amazing students and staff at Pearl Cohn for helping us achieve this incredible milestone together,” said Stephanie Davenport, Warner Music Nashville A&R and Project Manager. “Releasing this song has been ten years in the making, and I hope it is the first of many for our partnership. I see great things in the future for Arielle B. and all of the students that had a part in ‘Guitar Sale!'”
Love Rising Raises Over $500,000 For LGBTQ+ Tennessee Organizations
Love Rising, a benefit concert for the Tennessee Equality Project, Inclusion Tennessee, OUTMemphis and The Tennessee Pride Chamber, took place on March 20 at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. Love Rising raised over $500,000 and counting for these LGBTQAI+ organizations and continues to raise funds via its Propeller Auction.
Allison Russell, Amanda Shires, Brittany Howard, Hayley Williams, Hozier, Jason Isbell, Joy Oladokun, Julien Baker, Maren Morris, Mya Byrne, Sheryl Crow, Yola and many more performed to raise money for the cause. Additionally, the Looking Out Foundation supported the event by accepting donations and doubling contributions received, up to a maximum of $100,000.
Austin Luther Inks With Deluge Music
Austin Luther has signed a worldwide publishing agreement with Deluge Music.
Luther is a producer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, originally hailing from Marshall, Minnesota. After attending the Berklee College of Music in Boston, he spent four years in Los Angeles touring with Sabrina Carpenter and Rachel Platten. Luther currently resides in Music City where, in addition to producing and writing, he plays bass in Winona Fighter, a Nashville-based punk band.
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