NASHVILLE, TN (CelebrityAccess) — Paradigm Talent Agency has expanded its Nashville operation after moving into a new, larger office in the city. The company’s new digs are located at 222 Second Avenue South and include a performance space, as well as scenic views of the Cumberland River, Ascend Amphitheater, the Korean War Veterans Memorial Bridge, and Nissan Stadium.
Paradigm Nashville head Jonathan Levine is is joined by agents Andrea Ambrosia, Amanda Ances, Joe Atamian, Max Braun, Jenny DeLoach, Jeffrey Hasson, Nate Herweyer, Matt Korn, Keith Levy, Keith Richards, Matt Runner, Keith Shackleford, Josh Swann, Maxwell Wiebrecht and Clint Wiley, with a client roster that inlcudes Grammy nominated Brent Cobb, Dave Cobb, and The Mavericks, as well as The Lumineers, Sturgill Simpson, Echosmith, Margo Price, Ben Folds, Bob Weir, Phil Lesh, Cody Jinks, Big Gigantic, Anderson East, Young The Giant, Dr. John, Fergie, Aubrie Sellers, Flogging Molly, Lee Ann Womack, Asleep at the Wheel, Whitey Morgan, Shakey Graves, Marty Stuart and His Fabulous Superlatives, Tyler Childers, Colter Wall, Black Eyed Peas and others.
The Nashville office opening follows Paradigm’s move a year ago to new Manhattan offices, and a new, consolidated Los Angeles headquarters will open in early 2018. Paradigm also has offices in London, Chicago, Toronto, Monterey, San Diego, Berkeley, and Austin.
“Since Paradigm first opened a Nashville office 14 years ago, we have carved an independent path into Music City,” said Paradigm Chairman and CEO Sam Gores. “Since moving to Nashville from Monterey five years ago, our office head Jonathan Levine’s leadership and impeccable taste have anchored the growth of an extraordinary and unique Third Coast presence for our agency.”
“Over the last few years we have watched our business grow and thrive exponentially, not unlike the city of Nashville,” said Levine, who has won Pollstar Awards for both Agent of the Year and Third Coast Agent of the Year and is a fixture on Variety’s and Billboard’s annual Nashville power lists. “We’re thrilled to be moving downtown and want the new offices to be a welcome destination for our diverse roster of artists.”