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RESERVOIR TAPS OZIER,
INVADES NASHVILLE
4/1/19

Reservoir has announced Nashville as the location of its fifth global office. Along with the expansion, the company also appointed John Ozier as EVP Creative, where he will sign and develop new talent and oversee operations for the company at their new Music City hub. 

Ozier joins Resrvoir following a six-year tenure at olé that included marquee signings Jeff Trott, Tony Martin, Jordan Davis, Chris Janson, Adam Hambrick, Tyler Farr and the acquisitions of the Red Vinyl Music, Parallel Music and Better Angels Music publishing catalogs. 

"I am incredibly excited to join Reservoir and help expand the company’s footprint into Nashville,” said Ozier. “Golnar, Rell and their entire team have built an exceptional global roster and one of the leading independent music publishers in the business. Their commitment to Nashville is thrilling and I am confident we are going to knock it out of the park."

Ozier is additionally an accomplished songwriter in his own right, having co-written award-winning #1 hits for Lee Brice and Tyler Farr, plus cuts recorded by Kid Rock, Kellie Pickler, Air Supply, and more.

The company will occupy a 5000 square foot building, complete with 6 writing rooms, located on West End Avenue, right off of Music Row.