Who Knew Nashville

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WHO KNEW, an event bringing together thought leaders and powerbrokers with yet-to-be discovered change-makers in the entertainment industry, returns Thursday, April 2, from 5-8 p.m. at the Listening Room Café. The speaker series continues after its debut sell-out event in January. Advance tickets are available for $10 and include two drinks and hors d’oeuvres.

“Our audience can’t stop talking about our first WHO KNEW, and they’re eager to get together again, so we’re delivering another impressive, insightful lineup,” said Tom Truitt, founder of MusicRowSearch and Music Industry Forum. “These discussions are opening lines of communication, dispelling myths and encouraging new thinking; we are compelled to keep the momentum going.”

The full roster of speakers includes industry heavyweights Steve Savoca, Spotify Head of Content; Randy Wachtler, Warner Chappell Production Music President & CEO; Hunter Williams, Creative Artists Agency; Doyle Davis, Grimey’s Records Co-owner; Charles Alexander, Outside the Box Music Founder; Stephanie Middleton (known as “Notelle”), EDM artist; Brittany Wegusen, CEO of Kalatech; and 8 Project Music entrepreneurs from Nashville’s Entrepreneur Center. Tullie Brae and the Medicine Man Revue will also perform during the event.

“We’re continuing this first-of-its-kind platform for industry heavy hitters to provoke robust discussions about the music industry while providing attendees the opportunity to network and establish working relationships,” Truitt said.

WHO KNEW is presented by Verizon, Wannado, City National Bank and MusicRowSearch. Tickets at the door will be $15.
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By: Music Industry Forum

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