BMG Opens Doors to New Nashville Office: Take a Look Inside

Cody Heckber
BMG's new state of-the-art complex in Nashville.

The 36,000-square foot facility houses nearly 100 employees and includes writers rooms and live performance areas.

BMG officially opened the doors to its new state-of-the-art complex in Nashville on Tuesday (Sept. 10) celebrating the occasion with a ribbon cutting ceremony, champaign toast and open house with Jason Aldean, Lindsay Ell, LoCash and more artists, songwriters, producers and industry executives in attendance.

The company’s 36,000-square foot, two-floor Nashville office is the third biggest for BMG worldwide following Los Angeles and London. Located on the same plot of land where the former Country Music Association office was stationed, the address is 1 Music Circle South, Suite 500, Nashville, TN. 

The new BMG office serves as a full-service music facility that houses nearly 100 employees in publishing, recordings and operations across all aspects of the business, including A&R, accounting, administration, income tracking, marketing, publicity, radio promotion, royalties and synch licensing.  

Additionally, the new location boasts several writers room for songwriters and multiple live performance areas. It serves as a central hub for BMG’s U.S. copyright and royalties team led by Eric Scott, senior vp rights administration and royalty services, and brings together BMG’s Nashville recordings operation BBR Music Group.

“The new Nashville set-up typifies the BMG approach,” Kos Weaver, executive vp BMG Nashville, said in a statement. “It’s a thrill being in an environment where you have writers working on a song in one room, the creative A&R team just outside those doors, an impressive full-service record label just beyond that, and a world-class administrative team all seamlessly integrated in the same office.”

 

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