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AIMP NASHVILLE GOES LIVE WITH PUBCAST
11/1/17



The Nashville chapter of the Association of Independent Music Publishers is launching a new podcast series, AIMP Nashville Pubcast, with its debut episode streaming today (11/1).

The series is hosted by Michael McAnally Baum, President of SMACKsongs and AIMP Nashville secretary, and features interviews with various publishers. 

"We're excited to give a voice to the independent music publishing scene here in Music City USA, where you can find some of the best of the best in our field," said AIMP Nashville Executive Director John Ozier, who's also VP of Nashville Creative at ole. "As the music business evolves, we will need new voices to ensure that publishers adapt along with changing realities. We hope this podcast will give aspiring publishers the knowledge and inspiration they need to dive into the industry."

The first episode of the series airing today will be an interview with Ree Guyer of Wrensong Music, and you can listen in on Apple Podcast, Stitcher, Google Play, Soundcloud or YouTube. You'll find the full line up of guests for the rest of this year and their air-dates below.

11/8     Tim Hunze of Parallel
11/15   Carla Wallace of Big Yellow Dog
11/22   Dale Bobo of Big Deal Music
11/29   Rusty Gaston of THiS Music
12/6     Robin Palmer of SMACKSongs
12/13   Chris Van Belkom "The Falcon" of Combustion Music
12/20   John Ozier of ole
12/27   Beth Laird of Creative Nation