Midas Records Nashville Taps 25-Year Industry Veteran
Midas Records Nashville, the country music based subsidiary of Midas Records headed by Ron Clapper and Nashville hitmakers Keith Follese and Brad Allen, is pleased to announce the appointment of longtime music industry veteran Bob Reeves as the label's national director of promotion. "Bob Reeves brings a passion to promoting music that we are proud to be part of," says Follese.
Reeves, who begins his duties with Midas on October 11, joins a multi-talented cast of executives at the independent label. In addition to Follese and Allen, who head up Midas Nashville's A&R department, the label's staff includes five of today's most experienced music industry veterans, who spearhead the company's marketing, sales, distribution, operations, artist development and publicity efforts: Mike Martinovich, Stan Moress, Bob Morrison, Al Schiltz and Alan Siegel.
Reeves recently left Sony (now Sony BMG) after seven years with the company. During his tenure there, and with the Monument and Epic labels in particular, Reeves, ˜who launched his career in retail/wholesale in 1979 before subsequent ventures into radio programming and promotion, club promotion, publishing and management," was part of the team that launched Monument Records and the Dixie Chicks. After Monument was absorbed by Epic, Reeves, the only original "Monumental" to stay on,˜ had the pleasure of breaking one of the biggest acts in the business today, Gretchen Wilson, along with Miranda Lambert from USA Network's Nashville Star. Reeves later helped launch a successful management, marketing and promotion company called Integrity Nashville.
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