Wynonna & The Big Noise: Self-Titled (Curb Records, February 12, 2016)
Dee Jay Silver: Country Club (RCA Nashville, 2013)
Dave Stewart:Lucky Numbers (Kobalt Label Services, 2013)
Lee Harvey Osmond: Beautiful Scars(Latent Records, 2016)
Dead Rock West: It’s Everly Time! (Angel Flight Recording Co, July 17, 2015)
The Gary Douglas Band: Keepin Faith (Self-release, October 9, 2015)
Shurman: East Side of Love (Teletone Records, November 6, 2015)
2SB: 2SB EP (Self-release, June 16, 2015)
Jason Michael Carroll:What Color Is Your Sky (For The Lonely Records, 2015)
The Source 2015 Awards: Non-profit organization of executive women in all facets of the Nashville music industry
RECENT CLIENT ACTIVITY
Adam Hood: Welcome To The Big World (Adam Hood Music, 2014)
Billy Ray Cyrus: Change My Mind (Blue Cadillac Music, 2012)
Brigitte DeMeyer: Savannah Road (BDM Music, 2014)
Cody Beebe & The Crooks: Out Here (Independent, 2013)
Country Music Hall Of Fame® And Museum’s annual All for the Hall fundraiser (2009-2011; 2014)
Del Barber: Prairieography (True North Records, 2014)
Jo Dee Messina: Me (Dream Bound, 2014)
John Fogerty: Wrote A Song For Everyone ft. Bob Seger, Brad Paisley, Keith Urban, Miranda Lambert, Zac Brown Band, Alan Jackson, Kid Rock (Vanguard Records, 2013)
Lonestar: Life As We Know It (4 Star Records, 2013)
Meghan Linsey: Believer(Self-release, July 31, 2015)
Northwoods Music Festival: (August 2015) Ray Scott: Roots Sessions Vol. 1 (September 18, 2015)
The Source 2009-2014 Foundation Awards: Non-profit organization of executive women in all facets of the Nashville music industry Truth & Salvage Co.:Raise Me Up (Megaforce/Sony RED, 2013)
PAST CLIENT ACTIVITY
Aaron Lewis:Town Line, (R&J Records, 2011)
Americana Music Association: (2009)
Blackberry Smoke: Little Piece of Dixie (BamaJam Records, 2009 and 2010 reissue)
Bob Schneider: A Perfect Day (Kirtland Records, 2011)
BoDeans: Joe Dirt Car (Slash Records, 1995) Bottle Rockets: Blue Sky (Sanctuary Records Group, 2003) BrokeDown Cadillac: Somewhere in America (Self-released, 2009) Brooks and Dunn: The Greatest Hits Collection Volume II (Arista Nashville, 2004) BR-549: Big Backyard Beat Show (Arista, 1998) Country Throwdown Tour: Debut multi-act outdoor amphitheatre tour, with headliners Montgomery Gentry, Jamey Johnson, Little Big Town and Jack Ingram (2010)
Dolly Parton: Live From London DVD & CD 2-Disc Set (Dolly Records, 2009)
Dolly Parton: Original Broadway Cast Recording of 9 to 5: The Musical (Dolly Records, 2009)
Dolly Parton: Better Day (Dolly Records, 2011)
Dwight Yoakam: Buenas Noches From a Lonely Room (Reprise, 1988) through Tomorrow’s Sounds Today (Reprise, 2000)
Dwight Yoakam: Blame the Vain (New West, 2005) Dwight Yoakam: 3 Pears (Warner. Bros, 2012) Elizabeth Cook: Hey Y’all (Warner Bros., 2002) Hank Williams III: Damn Right, Rebel Proud (Sidewalk Records, 2008) Hank Williams III: Rebel Within (Curb, 2010) Jason Boland and The Stragglers: High In The Rockies: A Live Album (Proud Souls/Entertainment/Thirty Tigers, 2010) Jim Lauderdale: Grammy campaign for his 2009 album Could We Get Any Closer, nominated in the “Best Bluegrass Album” category
Jim Lauderdale: Patchwork River (Thirty Tigers, 2010)
Jo Dee Messina:Unmistakable EPs (Curb, 2010) Johnny Cooper: Follow (Tenacity Records, 2009) Little Texas: Little Texas (Warner Bros. Nashville, 1997) Maria McKee: High Dive (Eleven Thirty, 2002) and Peddlin’ Dreams (Eleven Thirty, 2005) Marvin Etzioni:Marvin Country! (Nine Mile Records, 2012)
Michelle Shocked: The Texas Campfire Tapes, Short Sharp Shocked (Mighty Sound re-issues, 2003)
Miranda Lee Richards: Light of X (Nettwerk, 2009)
Pete Anderson: Working Class (Little Dog Records, 1994) Randy Travis: Christmas on the Pecos DVD (Image Entertainment, 2008)
Reckless Kelly:Good Luck & True Love(Self-released, 2011) Revival Tour: A diverse group of musicians in indie Americana, rock, punk, Irish folk, Cajun, zydeco and blues (2009) Sam and Ruby: The Here and the Now (Rykodisc, 2009)
Sara Evans: No Place That Far (RCA, 1998) SHeDAISY: The Whole Shebang (Lyric Street Records, 1999); Brand New Year (Lyric Street Records, 2000) Slobberbone: Barrel Chested (Doolittle Records, 1997) Stacy Dean Campbell: Lonesome Wins Again (Columbia, 1992) Stagecoach: California’s Country Music Festival (2007-2011)
The Greencards: Fascination (Sugar Hill, 2009)
Todd Thibaud: Favorite Waste of Time (Doolittle Records, 1998) Victoria Shaw: In Full View (Reprise, 1995)
DATE: AUGUST 26, 2013
FROM: LYNDIE WENNER
(MSO PR NASHVILLE)
MITCH SCHNEIDER/TODD BRODGINSKI/ANGELA MORENO
(MSO PR LOS ANGELES)
MSO PR NASHVILLE
CELEBRATES FIFTH ANNIVERSARY IN MUSIC CITY
MSO PR Nashville is celebrating its fifth anniversary this summer since first launching its Nashville office–helmed by NashvilleDirector and Publicist Lyndie Wenner–in July 2008. Wenner works alongside company President Mitch Schneider, Senior Vice President Todd Brodginski,Account Executive Angela Villanueva and Tour Press Director Bari Lieberman, who are all based in the company’s Los Angeles headquarters. Both offices currently work synergistically on an exciting array of artists including: DWIGHT YOAKAM, DAVE STEWART, DEE JAY SILVER, LONESTAR, JO DEE MESSINA, JOHN FOGERTY, TRUTH & SALVAGE CO. and WYNONNA JUDD. A full listing of MSO PR Nashville‘s projects–current, recent and past–is here: http://www.msopr.com/nashville.
MSO PR Nashville also proudly works with SOURCE, a nonprofit organization founded in 1991 supporting women executives and professionals who work in all facets of the Nashville music industry. SOURCE, along with Nashville’s music community, will celebrate the careers of seven special women at the 2013 SOURCE Awards, taking place at Musician’s Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville on Tuesday,September 24.
MSO PR Nashville recently celebrated its fifth anniversary with a media mixer at the historic Union Station Hotel in Nashville.
Photo credit: Randi Radcliff
Left to Right:
Mitch Schneider (MSO President),
Billy Block (influential radio personality/musician),
MSO, the music publicity firm that handles artists and festivals in the fields of rock, alternative, country, hip-hop and electronic, has announced that it is building its presence in Nashville by uniting with Lyndie Wenner as MSO’s Nashville Representative & Consultant. The Nashville-based music industry executive and communications consultant will develop new business prospects and strategic alliances for MSO with artists, record labels and management companies as well as cover MSO artists on-site in the city.
Mitch Schneider, President of MSO, first worked with Wenner when they met at the publicity company Solters/Roskin/Friedman in Los Angeles. Since she moved to Nashville in 1994, the two have maintained strong ties, paving the way for this union.
MSO: THE MITCH SCHNEIDER ORGANIZATION represents a wide range of artists including David Bowie, Dolly Parton, Allman Brothers Band, Aerosmith, Depeche Mode, Smashing Pumpkins, Hank Williams III and Paul Oakenfold as well as such festivals as Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival, Stagecoach: California’s Country Music Festival, Vans Warped Tour, Ozzfest, Rock The Bells, Voodoo Experience and the Ultra Music Festival, among others.
Lyndie Wenner’s credits include working with legendary photographer Norman Seeff, producing photo sessions, working as photo editor, and producing his book “Sessions” (James Taylor, Johnny Cash, Judds, Tammy Wynette, Joni Mitchell, Willy Nelson, Aerosmith, Jimmy Page). She was also Assistant Art Director to Virginia Team at the company Team Design, directing photo shoots, photo editing and overseeing CD cover designs and copy for ads, box sets and marketing tools including projects by Merle Haggard, Dolly Parton, Garth Brooks Reba McEntire, Jimmy Buffett and many more.
“As MSO expands its services into Nashville, I feel Lyndie is a fantastic asset for the company, as her expertise will result in lots of new opportunities and excitement for MSO,” says Mitch Schneider. “Having Lyndie based in Nashville,” adds Schneider, “will also be a huge benefit for all our artists.”
“The pulse in Music City is so exciting and so incredibly strong,” says WENNER. “The music and the talent that is coming out of here is amazing! Nashville is a great place to be as witnessed by many of the newly introduced artists and multi-platinum selling artists in Country, Rock, Pop, Rap and Hip Hop, and other genres of music who are calling Nashville their home in recent years. We have so many great and diverse artists living here. Injecting MSO into the mainstream of Nashville is a vision I have shared with Mitch for several years now, and I am extremely proud and excited to have this opportunity to introduce and implement MSO into the Nashville community.” She adds: “The thing that I have always admired about Mitch in our 20-some year relationship is his ability and talent to stay on the cutting edge. Any artist or event that wants to be ‘out in front’ and ‘lead the pack’ in a unique and innovative manner will definitely benefit from Mitch and his team.”
Schneider founded MSO in 1995 with longtime Senior Vice Presidents Todd Brodginski, Marcee Rondan and Kristine Ashton-Magnuson. The company, which also recently announced the promotions of Alexandra Greenberg and Libby Henry to Vice Presidents, currently employs 15 people in its Sherman Oaks, CA office.
MSO (an offshoot of Levine/Schneider Public Relations) has represented various country artists including Dwight Yoakam (from 1988’s Buenas Noches From a Lonely Room through 2000’s Tomorrow’s Sounds Today as well as Blame the Vain in 2005), Brooks & Dunn, Elizabeth Cook, Stacy Dean Campbell, Little Texas, BR-549, The Derailers and Victoria Shaw. MSO also handled the publicity for the inaugural Stagecoach: California’s Country Music Festival in 2007, as well as the 2008 Stagecoach which was expanded from two to three days. MSO joined forces with Dolly Parton in 2007 to implement the campaign forBackwoods Barbie, her first mainstream country album in 17 years, marking the first-ever release on her own label. The album entered the Top 200 Albums chart at #17 and at #2 on both the Country Album and Indie Album charts and marks her highest album debut ever on the Billboard pop albums chart, and first entry into the Top 20 since 1993’s Slow Dancing With The Moon.