Rounder Records Moving To Nashville

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• September 25, 2013

rounder records11Rounder Records will soon be moving their main offices to Nashville.

Key members of Rounder’s creative and marketing team including President John Virant, VP A&R Scott Billington, Sr. Director of Promotion Howard Frank, and Project Manager Liza Levy will lead Rounder’s team in Nashville. The label is in the process of securing office space in Nashville. Rounder Records will continue to maintain a presence in Boston via Rounder founders Ken Irwin, Marian Levy, and Bill Nowlin. Director of Publicity Regina Joskow will continue to be based in New York City.

The label is recording home to numerous artists including Alison Krauss & Union Station, Dailey & Vincent, Steep Canyon Rangers, Blue Highway, The Time Jumpers, and Mary Chapin Carpenter.

Rounder Records was founded in 1970 by Irwin, Leighton-Levy and Bill Nowlin. In 2010, Rounder was purchased by Concord Music Group and is distributed by Concord.

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