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Patrick Sabatini has joined Warner Music Nashville as SVP Legal & Business Affairs. Stepping into the role immediately, Nashville-based Sabatini will report directly to EVP A&R Cris Lacy.

“Patrick’s highly-respected reputation precedes him,” shared Lacy. “His previous stops at Warner Bros. Records give him an understanding of our culture and values, and his wealth of knowledge about all aspects of the industry is essential to the growth of Warner Music Nashville.”

Sabatini adds, “I feel fortunate to be rejoining the WMG family and am excited to begin a new chapter working with the incredibly talented team and impressive artist roster at Warner Music Nashville. I admire the company culture fostered by Espo and the team and their deep commitment to artists and music.”  

Since beginning his career at Arista RecordsBerklee College of Music and Pepperdine University alum Sabatini spent nearly two decades as an attorney at Capitol Records, Warner Bros. Records and private law firms. He most recently served as the Head of Business and Legal Affairs at Global Music Rights.