Warner Music Nashville announced yesterday (12/11) the appointment of Kevin Herring as Vice President of Promotion. Herring succeeds Bob Reeves and will report directly to Chris Stacey, Senior Vice President of Promotion, WMN.
“Kevin is widely respected in Nashville and throughout the industry for his promotion talents,” said Stacey via a release. “We’re confident that he’ll greatly contribute to the future success of our artists, and we couldn’t be happier to have a veteran of his stature join the Warner Music Nashville team.”
Herring joins WMN from EMI Records Nashville, where he served as Vice President of Promotion. Prior to EMI, he spent 13 years with Lyric Street Records, and has experience promoting numerous top-shelf artists including Shania Twain, Toby Keith, and Garth Brooks.
Created in 2009, Warner Music Nashville is home to Warner Bros. Nashville, Word Label Group, Atlantic Nashville, Elektra Nashville and the LoudMouth comedy label.
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