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RAINMAKERS RETURN
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Hang on, we just need to throw this TV out the window.
AFTER COUNTRY TRAP
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Music City
UMG'S WRIGHT STUFF
12/21/18

After nearly 20 years at Universal Music Group Nashville, Stephanie Wright has been promoted to Senior Vice President of A&R. In addition, Brad Clark has been elevated to Vice President of Commercial Development.

 Wright previously served as Vice President of A&R and she will continue to handle A&R initiatives for UMG Nashville artists including Adam Hambrick, Billy Currington, Kacey Musgraves, Sam Hunt and more. Wright has been instrumental in acclaimed albums such as Lee Ann Womack’s Call Me Crazy, Musgraves’ Same Trailer Different Park and Hunt’s Montevallo.

“When I arrived at UMG six years ago,” says Mike Dungan, UMG Nashville Chairman & CEO, “I was pleasantly surprised to witness the ‘quality ears,’ the professionalism and the full grasp of all things A&R that came from Stephanie. Since then she has proven that she is top of class and I am very happy to recognize her many contributions with this promotion.”

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