WME Adds Two More Agents To Nashville Outpost


WME has hired Andrew Colvin and Adam Voith from music-rep outfit Billions. The pair are already based in Nashville and will join the agency’s office there, bringing with them a roster of clients including Mumford & Sons, Bon Iver, Jason Isbell and Vampire Weekend.

The latest moves come after former CAA Nashville co-head Scott Clayton joined WME in November as a partner and co-head of the Nashville outpost. His co-heads are Rob Beckham, Joey Lee, Greg Oswald and Jay Williams. Ex-CAA festival department co-head Matthew Morgan and Buster Phillips also came aboard.

“Andrew and Adam have distinguished themselves with their impeccable taste, stellar reputations, and a unique understanding of artists’ needs,” Clayton said today in announcing the hires. “Since arriving in Nashville less than a decade ago, they have already had a significant impact on the music community here.”

Colvin moved to Nashville in 2012 and joined Billions following almost 10 years in New York with Ground Control Touring. Voith moved to Nashville in 2011.

The new client additions to WME’s Nashville roster join the likes of John Mayer, Dead & Company, Kings of Leon, Phillip Phillips and Train who moved over with Clayton.

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