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  1. I.R.S. Nashville Imprint Names John Grady President

    October 22, 2013 7:45 PM EDT Veteran Nashville music executive John Grady has been named the president of I.R.S. Nashville, a new label based on the imprint started 34 years ago and revived by EMI two years ago. Grady will continue serving as partner at Crush Management.   ...

  2. Who Says Country Music Fans Aren't Digitally Savvy? Lady Antebellum Launches Online Scavenger Hunt

    August 26, 2011 12:57 PM EDT Lady Antebellum, taking a page somewhat out of Pearl Jam's playbook , last week launched an online scavenger hunt of sorts that while not even halfway over is already generating eyebrow-raising numbers. According to Cameo Carlson, head of dig ...

  3. Cameo Carlson Guest Post: The Music Vs. Tech Divide: A Third Way

    April 05, 2011 2:35 PM EDT (Cameo Carlson is the former executive VP of Universal Motown Republic Group who last week left the label to take on a new role as head of digital business development for management firm Borman Entertainment.) There is a moment when the game chan ...

  4. Flatiron Management, Borman Entertainment Merge

    November 29, 2010 12:00 AM EST Gary Borman and Mike Martinovich announced today a merger of Martinovich's Flatiron Management into Borman Entertainment. The new partnership will bring Flatiron's roster of artists including My Morning Jacket, The Sword and Flight of th ...

  5. Business Matters: Obama, EMI, WMG, Alison Krauss and More

    May 12, 2010 12:00 AM EDT -- Two posts worth reading: The Hollywood Reporter's "Why Hollywood Should Be Very Nervous About Elena Kagan," a post about President Obama's nomination for the Supreme Court, and a follow-up by music attorney Chris Castle . &q ...

  6. Faith Hill Splits From Manager

    November 17, 2009 12:00 AM EST Faith Hill and her manager of 16 years, Gary Borman, Borman Entertainment, have parted ways. "We are so proud of what we have achieved together over the past 16 years," said Hill and Borman in a joint statement. "We love each other ...

  7. Borman VP Foraker Dies

    March 12, 2007 12:00 AM EDT Borman Entertainment VP Joni Foraker died March 9 after a long battle with cancer. She was 48. Foraker, who headed the Nashville office of the Los Angeles-based management firm, is survived by her husband Brian and son Jackson. Her 30-year career ...