Latest Music Industry Hires: Sony Music Publishing, Mom+Pop, Tickets for Good, Voice-Swap, More

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In one of late October’s music industry hires and promotions, PRG named Ariane Coldiron (pictured) SVP of corporate events. Photo Credit: PRG

Here’s a recap of recent music industry hires and in-house promotions as of October 27th, 2023.

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Sony Music Publishing

SMP has brought on Robin Nastri as SVP of global business office. In the newly created role, the longtime Accenture higher-up will spearhead “transformation initiatives to streamline operations, enhance technology, and optimize processes.”


Mom+Pop has promoted three-year team member Whitney Dublin to senior director of digital marketing.

Tickets for Good

Tickets for Good has added Live Nation vet Don Orris and former Audoo chief commercial officer Will Mills to its advisory board.


Dan Stein-led Voice-Swap has unveiled a new team, including advisory board members Michael Pelczynski (previously SoundCloud’s strategy VP), Joshua Hodge (founder and CEO of The Audio Programmer), Romanna Dadral (a Meta product-security vet), and Aaron Ross (who owns Infinite Future Management).

Additionally, Benn Jordan is now the AI-powered vocals platform’s creative director, with journalist Declan McGlynn serving as communications director and Infectious Records co-founder Chris Gilbert working as chairman.


Production Resource Group has hired 10-year Freeman exec Ariane Coldiron as SVP of corporate events.


BandLab Technologies has officially announced Rolling Stone Culture Council founding member Drew Silverstein as its senior advisor for AI, innovation, and strategy.

Utopia Music

Longtime Nielsen team member Alain Couttolenc has become CEO of Utopia Music.

Live Nation

Nearly 14-year Live Nation higher-up Roger Field has resigned from his position as president of Asia Pacific.