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Warner Bros. Danny Kee Confirmed to Speak at Indie Music Week

Warner Bros. Danny Kee Confirmed to Speak at Indie Music Week

Nashville, Tennessee - Indie Music Week has announced that Danny Kee, Director of A&R for Warner Bros. Records, Nashville, will be participating as an Indie Music Week panelist. IMW, taking place in Nashville March 11-12, will feature three industry panels of Major and Independent A&R, promoters, label executives, producers, managers and lawyers, and will wrap up with a Music Industry Summit.

Danny Kee has been with Warner Bros. Records for 17 years and has been Director of A&R for 10 of them. He currently has A&R responsibilities for such acts as Big & Rich, Shannon Brown, Faith Hill, Anna Owens, Ray Scott, Blake Shelton, Rick Trevino and Lane Turner. Prior to working in A&R, Danny was production assistant to Jim Ed Norman (former president, Warner Bros., Nashville) and worked on records Jim Ed produced including Hank Williams, Jr., Crystal Gayle, Michael Martin Murphey, Kenny Rogers, Brenda Lee, Forester Sisters, Mac MacAnally, Kathie Lee Gifford, & Southern Pacific to name a few..

“Danny is one of the most forward-thinking and capable A&R people in the industry and we’re honored he agreed to speak at Indie Music Week. Everyone present at Indie Music Week will learn something from his years of experience,” says Jonell Polansky, President of Indie Music Week.

Other confirmed panelists include representatives from Universal South, Vivaton Records, Lyric Street Records, Sony Music, Broken Bow Records, and BMI. In addition to the industry panels, Indie Music Week will also feature two Artist Showcases to be held at Nashville’s famous Douglas Corner Café.

To attend Indie Music Week 2005, please visit IndieMusicWeek.org for registration information. The registration fee for Indie Music Week is $99, with 50% fee discounts for music industry students or artists that showcase. To be an Indie Music Week sponsor, please visit IndieMusicWeek.org or call 615-292-1337.

Daniel Harrington