NASHVILLE (CelebrityAccess) – Music industry vet Marty Winsch has announced the relocation of his business operations from Greenville, S.C. to Nashville, Tenn. With over two decades of experience in the music business, Winsch has worked in personal artist management, talent buying, concert promoting and booking.
“I have considered Nashville my work home for a number of years, so I figured it was time to make it official,” said Winsch. “Aside from the time I spend with my family, there is absolutely nothing I’d rather do with my time than help artists on their journey of defining what joy means to them on a very personal level so that proper resources can be deployed to help exceed career goals and objectives.”
In this new endeavor, Winsch has signed on to represent Nettwerk Recording Artist Angel Snow and singer/songwriter Erin Enderlin. Snow’s song “Lie Awake” was recorded by Alison Krauss for her album Paper Airplane, and Snow’s new EP Arrows is being released in March with the first single “Window Seat” scheduled for release on November 16. Enderlin was recently tapped for CMT’s Next Women of Country Class of 2018, while also winning Arkansas Country Music Association’s Songwriter of the Year and Album of the Year 2018. Her video for “World Without Willie” was recently No. 1 on CMT 12 Pack, she has an upcoming cut “The Bar’s Getting Lower” on Reba McEntire’s upcoming album, five cuts on Terri Clark’s new album Raising The Bar, and has written songs for Alan Jackson, Lee Ann Womack, Luke Bryan, Tyler Farr, Tara Thompson, Rory+Joey, Bill Anderson and more.
Winsch has previously guided the careers of Corey Smith, Puddles Pity Party, Blue Dogs, Dangermuffin, Albert Hill, Dezeray’s Hammer, Josh Joplin and others.