Jen Hubbard appointed Director, Sync A&R at Concord Music Publishing

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Jen Hubbard - Director, A&R and Sync, Concord Music Publishing

Jen Hubbard has been appointed to the newly formed role of Director, Sync A&R at Concord Music Publishing.

In her new position, Hubbard will be responsible for the development and management of Concord’s U.S. songwriter roster for the purpose of sync activity.

According to the company, she will serve as the bridge between the A&R and sync teams, providing consistent and individualized guidance to the publishing roster based on their skillsets and goals in the sync space.

According to the company, she will support Concord’s overall strategy “to streamline sync-forward initiatives and provide more opportunities for writers across Film, TV, ads, gaming and more”.

Based at the Nashville headquarters, Hubbard reports to Brad Kennard, SVP of A&R with support from Kourtney Kirkpatrick, VP of Publishing Sync and Brooke Primont, EVP of Global Sync at Concord Music Publishing.

Jen Hubbard joined Concord in 2018, most recently serving as the Director of A&R out of the Nashville office.

In this role, Hubbard worked (and will continue to work) with artists, producers, and writers including “sync superstar” Ruelle, Madi Diaz, Paige Blue, Jung Youth, Lucas Arens, Fleurie, Jeff Bowman, Tofer Brown, Jeremy Lutito, Aaron Chafin and more.

Notably, she was instrumental in signing indie-pop artist Charli Adams and served as the lead contact in the Nashville office for writers, artists, and producers outside of the country market. Hubbard has also been a key contributor to the organization and development of Concord’s annual Sync Songwriting Camp since its inception over 11 years ago.

Hubbard began her career with Razor & Tie in 2014, where she served as Creative Coordinator, and then Creative Manager.

Over the course of her career, Hubbard has contributed and assisted with the creation of music for numerous placements in film and prominent television series including This is Us and Nashville, as well as cuts for platinum artists like Lady A, Brothers Osborne, Calum Scott, Birdy, Chloe Moriondo, Joy Oladokun, Patrick Droney, Valley, Randall King, Scotty Sire, Matt Stell, LOCASH, Runaway June, Molly Tuttle, Adam Doleac, Caylee Hammack, Charli Adams, Hunter Hayes, among others.

 Music Business Worldwide

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