Toolpusher Records has announced the addition of Anne Weaver-Price to the label as Director of National Promotion. Weaver-Price will handle in-house national radio promotion duties for the independent label and its flagship artist, Jason Sturgeon.
She brings two decades of experience including time with RCA Nashville and Arista Nashville before becoming Vice President of Promotion for Mercury/Nashville in 1993. Over the past decade Weaver-Price has also handled promotion efforts for Quarterback Records, Montage Music Group, and Robbins Nashville, as well as independent promotion for artists like David Ball, Kenny Rogers, Zona Jones and Trace Adkins.
“As an artist you hope for the best representation at radio that you can possibly have and as the CEO of the company, you want the best people on your team that can do the job,” said Sturgeon. “Anne is an industry veteran who has worked with some of the biggest names in country music and she has contributed to the success of many careers. I’m very honored and proud to have her as part of the Toolpusher records team.”
The Toolpusher team includes Dennis Kurtz (Label Manager), Brian Cecil (Marketing/Digital Media Director) and Vanessa Davis (Publicist). The label is currently launching Sturgeon’s new single, “Time Bomb,” which has been adopted as the theme song for the 2012 Monster Truck Nationals Knock-out Tour.
Weaver-Price can be reached at [email protected] or at (214) 907-4922.
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