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2020 MIDYEAR MARKETSHARE SCORECARD
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Music City
CELEBRATING WOMEN'S HERSTORY
3/12/19


Sony Music Nashville
and WME celebrated Women’s History Month with a one-night-only concert event last night (3/11). Buzzing newcomers Carlton Anderson, Robert Counts, Hannah Dasher, Seaforth and Rachel Wammack performed powerful tributes to some of the most impactful artists in country music. See, when Wammack, whose two-song set included Deana Carter’s “Strawberry Wine,” sings of booze, it makes an important difference. When we do it, it's just a typical Tuesday afternoon. Granted, she also has the benefit of sounding like an angel, while our vocal stylings are more akin to that of a dying cow.

Female students from Pearl-Cohn Entertainment Magnet High School’s Academy of Entertainment Industry were invited as guests, and a substantial amount of money was raised for She Is The Music, "a nonprofit organization increasing the number of women working in music – songwriters, engineers, producers, artists and industry professionals."

Pictured above (l-r) are WME Agent Braeden Rountree, WME Partner Becky Gardenhire, Counts, Anderson, Seaforth's Mitch Thompson and Tom Jordan, Dasher, hosts Hunter Kelly and Ashley Eicher, Wammack, SMN Chairman & CEO Randy Goodman, WME Agent & She Is The Music rep Carrie Murphy and and SMN EVP & COO Ken Robold.