TRISCORE MUSIC HIRES JULI NEWTON GRIFFTH AS VICE PRESIDENT

2020-09-03T15:21:56+00:00September 2nd, 2020|

Nashville (September 2, 2020) – Nashville based music publisher TriScore Music, which entered the publishing rights acquisition business with the purchase of RPM Music Group last year, has engaged music veteran Juli Newton Griffith as Vice President of their publishing operations effective immediately.

The deal was announced by TriScore principals Blake Chancey and Scott Siman, who will be working closely with Griffith to make additional catalog and rights acquisitions and oversee the songwriter roster.

Griffith has previously served as VP of Magic Mustang Music, joining the company at its inception in 2003. Under Griffith’s direction, Magic Mustang Music was named SESAC’s Publisher of the Year for three consecutive years (2013-2015). Prior to that, she worked with Corlew Music Group.  She has represented over 100 songwriters and been involved in over 600 cuts.

“Wait, WHAT?  I agreed to what?” said Griffith.

Siman added, “The red wine negotiations were ‘fruitful’ and knowing what you agreed to is overrated.”  Chancey concurred, “We are very happy with the agreement and we are sure she will be too.”

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About TriScore:  TriScore is home to major copyrights that include songs recorded by Buddy Holly, Cher, Tim McGraw, Taylor Swift, Jason Aldean, Kenny Chesney, Alan Jackson, Luke Bryan, Jimmy Buffett, Toby Keith, Sam Hunt, Keith Urban and Old Dominion.  Those songs include Grammy-winner “It’s Five O’clock Somewhere,” and No. 1 singles “We Back,” “Say You Do,” “Break Up With Him,” “Make You Miss Me,” “Save It For a Rainy Day,” “I’m Moving On,” “Leave the Pieces,” “Red Solo Cup,” “Highway Don’t Care,” and “Chainsaw,” among others.  Grammy-winner Blake Chancey has produced records for such acts as David Ball, the Chicks, Montgomery Gentry and Mary Chapin Carpenter.  Siman was a leading music attorney before moving to Sony and later taking over management for Tim McGraw among others.