Rounder Records has moved into new headquarters in Nashville after spending more than 40 years in Boston.
A division of Concord Music Group, Rounder has moved to Pine Street in the Gulch district. President John Virant and A&R VP Scott Billington are making the move along with newly appointed A&R VP Tracy Gershon and project management director Eliza Levy.
Rounder will also house the recently-acquired children’s music label Music For Little People.
“In many ways, the move to Nashville feels like a natural transition,” Concord Music Group president and CEO Glen Barros said in a statement. “The region’s deeply rooted, artist friendly culture and its surrounding business community make it the ideal home for Rounder.”