Sony/ATV appoints Nashville A&R to branch outside of country music

RHIAN JONES

Sony/ATV Music Publishing has appointed an A&R executive in the home of country music, Nashville, to search for and develop new signings outside of the genre.

Previously A&R coordinator in Sony/ATV's New York office, Mark Abramowitz (pictured) has relocated to Nashville to take up the role of manager, A&R/creative.

In his new job, Abramowitz has been tasked with signing, developing and working with Sony/ATV Nashville’s non-country songwriters, as well as supporting Sony/ATV’s signings from other destinations who come ...

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