Andrew Colvin and Adam Voith left Billions Corporation to join WME’s Nashville office, bringing along acts Bon Iver, Dawes, Brett Dennen, Robert Ellis, Jason Isbell, Lucero, Kevin Morby, Mumford & Sons, Erin Rae, The Staves, Justin Townes Earle, and Vampire Weekend.
“Andrew and Adam have distinguished themselves with their impeccable taste, stellar reputations, and a unique understanding of artists’ needs. Since arriving in Nashville less than a decade ago, they have already had a significant impact on the music community here,” says Scott Clayton, head of WME’s rock division and co-head of the Nashville office in a statement to Billboard.
Adds Jay Williams, partner and co-head of WME’s Nashville office in a statement to Billboard: “Andrew and Adam are a tremendous addition to our team as we continue to build out our contemporary business in Nashville.”
Colvin moved to Nashville in 2012 and prior to Billions worked at Ground Control Touring. Voith moved to Nashville in 2011, and has been in the business for nearly two decades representing Amason, Bear’s Den, Blank Range, Bon Iver, Dams of the West, Hiss Golden Messenger, Kevin Morby, The Mountain Goats, Mumford & Sons, Erin Rae, ROSTAM, The Staves, The Tallest Man on Earth, and Vampire Weekend.
This announcement comes on the heels of Clayton joining WME as head of the agency’s Rock division and Co-Head of the Nashville office, alongside Rob Beckham, Greg Oswald and recently promoted Co-Heads, Joey Lee and Jay Williams. WME’s Nashville office also welcomed agents Matthew Morgan and Buster Phillips earlier this year, along with Brandi Brammer following Clayton’s move. Among many clients who transitioned with Clayton, Morgan and Phillips to WME are John Mayer, Dead & Company, Kings of Leon, Phillip Phillips and Train.