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Music City
WME UP THREE
10/30/19

WME has announced the promotion of Skyler Clark-Hamel, Alex Collignon, and Beth Hamilton to agent. The trio will continue being based in the agency’s Nashville office.

Clark-Hamel will join the Christian Music division, where he most recently served as a booking coordinator after previously working in the Country Music department, and will focus on the Southeast U.S., Caribbean, and South America.

Collignon will be joining the Country Music department, where he previously served as an assistant. He launched his career at WME in 2014 and has since worked in artist management and concert promotion.

Hamilton will also be joining the Country Music department as an agent. She began her career at William Morris Agency, ahead of the agency’s 2009 merger with Endeavor, assisting with booking arenas and amphitheaters, before transitioning to artist management and promotion. She then joined WME in 2016 to strategizing national and international touring for headlining artists.

The promotions comes shortly after Becky Gardenhire’s elevation to Co-Head of WME’s Nashville office last month, where she joined Scott Clayton, Joey Lee, and Jay Williams. Pictured below are (l-r) Collignon, Hamilton, and Clark-Hamel.