“For all of you looking for a juicy story, you will have to make one up,” says Grady said. “I have learned more from Gary and his staff at Borman Entertainment than I could ever have imagined. It’s simply time for me to apply my skills to other areas of my life and career. As for Keith, Lady A, and Randy Montana, I am the lucky one to have ever been in the same room with all of you.”
Gary Borman adds, “John has made valuable contributions to our company and I look forward to the opportunity to work together again in some capacity. I wish him only the best in his new endeavors and I hope to continue our friendship well into the future.”
Grady started in the music business 34 years ago as a college rep for A&M Records and more recently served as president of DMZ Music, Columbia Nashville, Epic Nashville and Monument Nashville. Before joining Borman Entertainment in February, 2009, Grady was a partner in Redlight Management. He currently sits on the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum Board of Directors and is the Academy of Country Music’s Chairman of the Board.
John Grady can be reached at: (615) 438-7557 and [email protected]
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