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Music City Music Council

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The Music City Music Council (MC2) is an association of business leaders charged with developing strategies toward heightening the awareness and development of Nashville’s world-wide reputation as Music City.

MC2 was formed as a partnership between the Nashville Mayor's Office, the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce and the Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp.

The conversation and action that results from the diverse group of industry leaders marks the most dynamic effort in Nashville’s history to cooperatively raise the level of activity and opportunity for all. The organization focuses on helping music-related businesses expand or relocate to Nashville; bringing televised music shows and music-related award shows across all genres to the city, and recruiting more music-related events and conventions here.

Learn more about the Music City Music Council

For more information, contact Jamari Brown, Director, Mayor's Office of Economic and Community Development.

Economic Development in the Music Industry

Concord Music Group announced their expansion into larger offices Nashville in November of 2017.

The Music Biz annual conference will extend its tenure in Nashville, committing to Music City conferences through 2020.

Weirdo Workshops moved to the Middle Tennessee area in March of 2017

Fort Knox Studios Nashville was announced in December 2016.

Warner Music Group opened a new Financial Shared Services Center in Nashville in October 2016.

RCA Inspiration relocated to Nashville in August 2016.

Roc Nation Nashville, a newly formed division of Roc Nation, launched in Nashville in June 2016.