Bug Music Publishing has announced two new executive appointments in the Creative Services division at its Nashville offices. Sara Johnson has been promoted to Senior Director of Creative Services, Nashville and Ed Williams has been appointed to Director of Creative Services, Nashville.
Johnson and Williams will oversee all aspects of copyright development, writer management and client relations effective immediately. Both will report to Roger Murrah, Senior Vice President, Nashville.
Johnson was formerly Creative Director and has been with the company over two years. Prior to his new appointment Williams has held various positions throughout the music industry, including publishing, producing demo sessions, casting and pitching songs, as well as assisting in day-to-day artist management.
“With all of the songs our writers are creating, along with the number of amazing copyrights already in Bug Music’s vast catalogs, I’ve been very pleased with the great work Sara is doing, getting our songs heard and recorded,” said Murrah. “She and I both feel strongly that Ed Williams is ideally suited to help us increase our activity even more.”
Headed by CEO John Rudolph, Bug Music boasts over 250,000 copyrights including the classics “What a Wonderful World,” “Fever” and “Happy Together.” The catalog is also home to hit songs by Johnny Cash, Ashley Gorley, Pete Townshend, Townes Van Zandt, Kara DioGuardi, Ryan Adams, and Kings of Leon.
Based in the Bug Music Nashville office at 33 Music Square West, Suite 104B, Johnson can be reached at email@example.com and Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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