Nashville, TN (October 28, 2013) - APA's Adam Brill was named "Rookie of the Year" at IEBA's 43rd Annual Conference held in Nashville this week. During his three-year tenure with APA, Brill has played a key role in the success of numerous touring artists, including Imagine Dragons, Awolnation, Capital Cities and Gold Fields, to name a few.
A University of Iowa graduate who began his career at Scope Productions, a student-run concert promotion organization, where he booked and produced concerts at venues ranging from small clubs to arenas with acts like Modest Mouse, Bright Eyes, Bob Dylan, The Fray and 311, Brill has grown his strengths and furthered his determination to get these acts on the road and in front of new faces every night.
"Adam's energy, enthusiasm and drive to do his best for a client is palpable," commented APA's president and CEO, Jim Gosnell. "No one is more deserving of this recognition, and we're all very proud of his accomplishments."
APA reps and artists celebrated the kick-off of the IEBA Conference this week with a showcase on Sunday, October 20 at Nashville's new Omni Hotel. The SRO show, hosted by Goldy Locks, featured performances by Sundy Best, Tonic, Tom Keifer of Cinderella, Charlie Daniels and Chris Cagle.
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