5/31: NATIVE Show and Tell RSVP

Join NATIVE and special co-host Wes Davenport for the next Show and Tell, a monthly speaking series that features some of Nashville’s finest creatives. This  pop-centric Show and Tel will take place next Thursday, May 31 at 12 p.m. at WeWork One Nashville Place. RSVP below, and be sure to join us for an afternoon of conversation, food, drink, and inspiration with:

Fount Lynch: 

While Nashville might be killing him (according to his Instagram bio) Fount Lynch has definitely left this mark on the city as well. Born in Fosterville, Lynch has been involved in the Middle Tennessee music scene since a young age. He graduated from Lipscomb and has worked on media campaigns for Lady Antebellum, Kacey Musgraves, and many other stars. He is currently the VP of Media at SONY.

Daniella Mason

It wasn’t long ago that Daniella Mason graced the cover of NATIVE. Now, the pop star is bringing her infectious energy to our Show and Tell. A Texas native, Mason comes from a musical family. She has found a new family in Nashville’s tight-knit pop community. Her self-titled EP was released in October of 2017.

Lenore Kinder

When Lenore Kinder is on the move, people take note. The award-winning concert Promoter joined Paradigm this March, and the career move garnered attention from VarietyMusic Week, and All Access. Kinder had been at AEG Presents for a decade, working with Imagine Dragons, Adele, Mumford & Sons, and many others. She joins Paradigm’s Nashville branch as an agent.

Katie Jelen

You know you’ve made it when they start creating positions to match your skill set. That’s exactly what happened with Warner/Chappell Music and Warner Music Nashville’s Katie Jelen, who operates as Creative Manager, Synchronization. Jelen says she’s a “recovering singer-songwriter” and classically trained vocalist. Now, she helps emerging artists find new, creative commercial opportunities to share their work—be it in films, advertising, video games, or anything else you can think of.

Suggested Content

The Dance Club

Take Lucy Negro, Redux—Caroline Randall Williams’ Shakespeare-inspired book of poetry about black identity and womanhood—add the Nashville Ballet, plus music from Rhiannon Giddens, and what do you get? One of the most groundbreaking events in the country

The Homecoming Queen

Natalie Prass channels the shock of the 2016 presidential election into a grooving work of female empowerment, The Future and the Past