Daley, Dan
January 2002
Mix;Jan2002, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p190
Reports on the plan of recording industry executives Tony Brown and Tim DuBois to form a record label. Effects of the consolidation in music label on executives; Benefits of the plan on the music industry of Nashville; Office opened by Iron Mountain Film & Sound in Nashville.


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