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Brianne Deslippe Earns Big Loud VP Status

 

Nashville-based Big Loud Records has made Brianne Deslippe VP, Promotion in Canada and extended her contract by three years. She maintains her status as Manager, Canadian operations.

 Brianne Deslippe Earns Big Loud VP Status

By FYI Staff

 


Nashville-based Big Loud Records has made Brianne Deslippe VP, Promotion in Canada and extended her contract by three years. She maintains her status as Manager, Canadian operations.

Since Deslippe's arrival to Big Loud, the Windsor, ON native has secured five #1 singles for the company -- "Take Back Home Girl" (Chris Lane featuring Tori Kelly), "I Was Jack (You Were Diane)" (Jake Owen), "For Her" (Chris Lane), "Up Down" (Morgan Wallen ft. Florida Georgia Line) and "Down To The Honkytonk" (Jake Owen) and continues to expand the label's presence north of the border with current projects from Wallen, and MacKenzie Porter who is the imprint’s first Canadian signing.

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"Brianne continues to prove to everyone she is the top record promotions exec in Canada," label president Clay Hunnicutt enthuses. "This new title and multi-year agreement represent how hard she has worked and how she continues to deliver every time for the entire roster of Big Loud artists. We would not be where we are today without Brianne!!!" 

Previous engagements include heading national promotion at eOne, heading Open Road and RGK Ent.'s promotion and publicity department, and four years as Country Format supervisor at UMC.

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