Latest Music Industry Gigs: Sony Music Nashville, Concord, LiveXLive, More

Sony Music Nashville’s new senior vice president of marketing, Jennifer Way. Photo Credit: Sony Music Nashville

Here’s a recap of recent executive shuffles — including both hirings and in-house promotions — from across the music industry.

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Sony Music Nashville

Sony Music Nashville has promoted former Universal Music Group Nashville exec and four-year company veteran Jennifer Way to senior vice president (SVP) of marketing.

Concord

Nashville-born singer-songwriter and two-time Grammy winner Shooter Jennings has joined Concord as a staff producer.

YMU Group

United Kingdom-based management company YMU has promoted 10-year Machine Management team member Alistair White to head of streaming and audience for UK music.

LiveXLive

LiveXLive has tapped Global Think Entertainment founder Roe Williams to serve as global head of talent and artist partnerships.

Elektra Music Group

26-year Elektra higher-up Greg Dorfman has been named executive vice president of promotion, a position he will hold in New York City while reporting to Elektra Co-President Mike Easterlin.

Sony/ATV

Former Wixen Music UK Director and President Naomi Asher has joined Sony/ATV as vice president of neighboring rights for UK and international.

Capitol Records UK

Tom Paul, a marketing exec at Capitol Records UK for more than a decade, has been promoted to general manager.

ADA Worldwide

The newly launched ADA France, a Paris-headquartered division of the Alternative Distribution Alliance, will be led by longtime Din Records CEO Alassane Konaté.

Warner Chappell Music China

Warner Chappell Music China has promoted June Gao to the newly created role of general manager, a position she’ll fill in the publishing company’s Beijing offices.